Morro Bay police Chief Amy Christey speaks next to Mayor Jamie Irons at a briefing on an officer-involved shooting October 30, 2015. Although the city was to consider a plan to outsource police services in 2017, the departure this week of Christey, who recently accepted a position in Pacific Grove, caused city staff to bring the issue to the table earlier.
Morro Bay police Chief Amy Christey speaks next to Mayor Jamie Irons at a briefing on an officer-involved shooting October 30, 2015. Although the city was to consider a plan to outsource police services in 2017, the departure this week of Christey, who recently accepted a position in Pacific Grove, caused city staff to bring the issue to the table earlier. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Morro Bay police Chief Amy Christey speaks next to Mayor Jamie Irons at a briefing on an officer-involved shooting October 30, 2015. Although the city was to consider a plan to outsource police services in 2017, the departure this week of Christey, who recently accepted a position in Pacific Grove, caused city staff to bring the issue to the table earlier. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

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