A Danbury Police Lieutenant is leaving the force to become Chief of a Connecticut department. Matthew McNally has been selected by the Berlin Police Commission as their next chief, to fill the role left vacant since a July 30th retirement. He will begin November 1st. McNally is a 37-year veteran of the Danbury Police Department, who previously served as patrolman, detective, sergeant and a patrol division commander. He also ran the Community Affairs and Crime Scene Investigation units. McNally is an adjunct professor at Western Connecticut State University and Goodwin College.