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Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey, who led the fourth largest police department in the nation, recently announced he would be retiring from the post. Mark Makela/Getty Images hide caption

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Philadelphia's Retiring Top Cop: 'I've Never Pretended To Be Perfect'

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Charles Ramsey on the day three young women (and one of the women's daughters) were rescued from a Cleveland home. He gained fame for his accounts of what happened. Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov hide caption

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Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov

Charles Ramsey on the day three young women (and one of the women's daughters) were rescued from a Cleveland home. He gained fame for his accounts of what happened. Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov hide caption

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Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov

Charles Ramsey on the day three young women (and one of the women's daughters) were rescued from a Cleveland home. He gained fame for his accounts of what happened. Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov hide caption

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Scott Shaw /The Plain Dealer /Landov