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San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia announced this week he will retire at the end of this year after spending nearly three decades with the department.

San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia -- who announced Monday he is retiring at the end of the year after nearly three decades on the force -- talked to KPIX 5 about what he achieved as chief and some of the challenges the department still faces.

Eddie Garcia has been the Chief of Police in San Jose since 2016. He plans to retire in December, when he turns 50. He will have served his entire career, nearly three decades, in San Jose. @KRON4RFladeboe  spoke with him about what comes next:

San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia explains decision to retire in December "You want to leave when you're still effective, he said. Adding, "I was not going to be chief forever."

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San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia announced he will retire at the end of this year after spending nearly three decades with the department, rising from a narcotics officer to become the top cop of the Bay Area’s largest city.

San Jose police chief announces retirement after 28 years with department via @mercnews 

WATCH NOW: San Jose Police ChiefEddie Garcia is stepping down after 28 years of serving the South Bay police force | Live coverage on #KRONon :

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San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia announces retirement, ending 28-year career with the department

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San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia announced Monday he is retiring at the end of the year after nearly three decades with the department.

San Jose police chief announces retirement after 28 years with department

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#BREAKING : San Jose Police ChiefEddie Garcia says he will retire in December, ending a nearly 30-year career at the department.

San Jose police chief announces retirement after 28 years with department

San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia says he'll be more careful about what he puts on social media after a backlash to one of his tweets by Catholics and Mexican-Americans.

'SINCERELY APOLOGIZE': San Jose Police Chief Garcia says he regrets his statement he made Sunday about Officer Jared Yuen, who fired projectiles and antagonized the crowd at Friday's protest.

"If you wear a badge and you don’t have an issue with this...turn it in." — the Chattanooga police chief "The act of one, impacts us all." — the San Jose police chief "I AM SORRY" — an Ohio officer Police across the country react to the Floyd video.

There have been more than 100 arrests in San Jose in the last 48 hours related to protests and looting, Police Chief Eddie Garcia said while discussing the city's 7-day curfew.

JUST IN: San Jose Police chief Eddie Garcia said protests in the city have caused “millions of dollars in damage to both public and private property.”

“If anyone in that room thinks that anything they saw in that video was okay, leave. Leave. We do not want you here. Your community does not want you here. I certainly do not want you here," San Jose Police ChiefEddie Garcia said.

San Jose Police Chief Called For ‘Progressive’ Police Force After Riots In Other Cities

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San Jose Police Chief Who Admits ALLOWING ATTACKS on Trump Supporters is Affiliated With La Raza via @gatewaypundit 

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