Capt. Brian Rebholz, a 20-year veteran of the West Chester Township Police Department, is one of the latest graduates of the Certified Law Enforcement Executive program. He is among 300 law enforcement professionals who have graduated from the 14-month police executive course.“Everything I learned through the CLEE program I can apply directly to my job here in West Chester,” Capt. Rebholz said. “The lessons I brought back are reinforced every day in the manner in which we approach the public, the way we work to inspire new leaders in the department and the tools I use to lead officers under my direction.”
Rebholz joined the West Chester force in 1992 and has served as a patrol officer, detective and canine officer. In 2000, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and was assigned first as supervisor of the Canine Unit and then to the Uniform Patrol Section and the Youth Aid Division.
In June 2006, Rebholz was promoted to Lieutenant and was assigned as the Uniform Patrol Section Squad Commander. In February 2009, he was promoted to the rank of Captain.
He has a bachelor’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.
“Brian has been an exceptional leader in the West Chester Police Department and graduation from CLEE is a significant step in his professional development,” said Police Chief Erik Niehaus. “The West Chester Police Department benefits each day from the leadership skills Brian gained from this program as he implements them into the daily performance of his duties.”
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