Chief Kenneth Lloyd to retire after serving nearly 30 years with BHPD
PRESS RELEASE – Following 27 years of service to the City of Black Hawk, Police Chief Kenneth Lloyd announced his intent to retire from the Black Hawk Police Department at the end of April. Lloyd began his law enforcement career with the Grand County Sheriff’s Office before joining the Black Hawk Police Department in July of 1992. He spent 26 years serving as a patrol officer, sergeant, lieutenant, and commander before being named Police Chief.
“I want to thank the City and City Council for all of their support during my career serving the
City and its residents,” said Lloyd.
“The City of Black Hawk thanks Chief Lloyd for his service,” said Mayor David Spellman. “We wish him and his family the best in his new chapter.”
The City of Black Hawk will begin an extensive search for the next Police Chief immediately.