Bridges set to retire, hand GPD reigns to McNealy

Brendan Bridges (left) receives a plaque honoring his years of service to the City of Greensburg from Mayor Joshua Marsh. Bridges is retiring as Police Chief in July.

Greensburg, IN — Brendan Bridges attended his final Greensburg Board of Works and City Council meetings last night as police chief. Bridges is retiring as chief effective July 1. He will be replaced as Greensburg’s top cop by assistant chief Mike McNealy. Bridges joined the department in 2001 and has been chief since 2014. He will become the School Resource Officer at Greensburg Community Schools after he officially retires from the city on July 16. McNealy also joined the department in 2001. He takes over as police chief on July 1.