Welcome to Chester County Police Chiefs Association.

"Excellence in Law Enforcement Leadership"

"We support professionalism in Law Enforcement and positive community interaction through our leadership, programs, training and outreach."

 

Our attention to service and quality has made us one of the leading law enforcement organizations in the county.

 

At the Chester County Police Chiefs Association, those who we protect and serve always comes first, and we constantly strive to exceed expectations!

 

We are deeply saddened by the recent senseless killing of Dallas Police Officers. We pray for their family and friends as well as the recovery of the injured officers. As Peace Officers we look to and hope for a world free of violence. 

Remember those officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

 

Remember these officers and their families in your thoughts and prayers.

 

National Law Enfocement Memorial Link

BEING A PART OF FEEDING THOUSANDS

On Saturday, October 17, 2015, members of the Chester County Chiefs of Police Association and the Chester County Fraternal Order of Police were honored to participate in a program to end regional hunger. 

 

The program called, "Be a Part of Feeding Thousands" was organized and hosted by Saint Luke Evangelical Lutheran in Devon.

 

Participants from numerous area organizations assisted in packaging meals, loading boxes and other duties in a production line format. Groups worked in one hour segments, keeping pace to ensure all needed meals were packed.

 

During the day, church representatives announced the number of packed meals in the tens of thousands. Meals as  reported by organizers, will be utilized regionally to assist children and adults in need.

 

Chester County Law Enforcement applauds the work of the staff at Saint Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church and the selfless donations of time from all of the participants who assisted. We were glad to be a part of this great event!

2015 Command Summit Vendor Sponsors

 

Chester County Police Chiefs Association

 

2015-2016 ELECTION RESULTS

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD POSITIONS

 

 

President                                 Anthony Giaimo

                     

1st Vice-President                    Shane Clark

 

2nd Vice-President                   William Mossman

 

Financial Secretary                 John Slauch

 

Treasurer                                Thomas Nelling

  

Recording Secretary               Kevin Dykes

 

Sergeant-at-Arms                   Joseph Gleason

 

Chaplain                                 J. Patrick Davis

 

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

 

 

Joseph Pontarelli                                             Robert Clarke

Brenda Bernot                                                   Gerald Simpson      

 

Steve Dintino (Ret.)              

 

 

NEW TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

 

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National Police Week

On Tuesday, May 12, 2015, the Chester County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation commemorating National Police Week.

 

During this time period of "Police Week" officers who were injured or killed in the line of duty are honored for their heroism and dedication to the police mission.

 

Commissioners Terence Farrell, Kathi Cozone and Michelle Kichline issued the proclamation to members of the Chester County Chiefs of Police Association, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Chester County District Attorney’s Office.

 

J Patrick Davis of Chester County Department of Emergency Services, Superintendent Anthony Giaimo (President of the Chester County Chiefs of Police) and District Attorney Tom Hogan expressed their thanks to the commissioners for recognizing those officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

 

Our organization wishes to thank the County Commissioners for their continued support of the Public Safety Training Center and Law Enforcement.

Crime Victim's Vigil - Thursday, April 14, 2016

Crime Vigil - West Goshen PD Honor Guard

The memories of Chester County’s homicide victims and law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty were honored Thursday, April 17 at a candlelight vigil and memorial service at the Central Presbyterian Church in Downingtown.

 

The Chester County Chiefs of Police were well represented.

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