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After A Dedicated Career, Jim Lansing Retires From Sheriff’s Department

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Deputy Jim Lansing, left, accepts a retirement cake from Sheriff Neal Rohlfing.
Deputy Jim Lansing, left, accepts a retirement cake from Sheriff Neal Rohlfing.

After 22 years wearing the badge, Major Jim Lansing has retired from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. “I’m just so proud that I had a long, successful career,” Lansing said. “It’s because Monroe County is very supportive.” The support the county has for its officers is obvious, Lansing said, after witnessing the outpouring of support …

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