Former Naperville Police Chief David Dial, left, served as a consultant for three months to help new Chief Bob Marshall transition into the role.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
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Five days after retiring as Naperville police chief, David Dial quietly returned to the city payroll as a consultant to help the department he just left. He was paid about $47,000 in wages and benefits for three months before leaving for his new job at Aurora University, according to his contract, which was obtained this week by the Daily Herald through a Freedom of Information request.