Greg Jordan named chief with Boiling Spring Lakes police

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Former Oak Island police chief Greg Jordan has now been named the new police chief for the City of Boiling Spring Lakes.

Jordan was originally hired by the city as a patrolman with BSL and started his job Nov. 28.

Jordan was hired by the town of Oak Island on Aug. 2, 1991, and worked as an investigator, sergeant, lieutenant, assistant chief/major and interim chief from Feb. 1, 2016, to June 6, 2016, when he was named chief.

Former BSL police chief Brad Shirley began as a deputy chief for the Leland Police Department on Dec. 3.

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