SPECIAL PRESS RELEASE # 06-2017
At the start of last evening's (Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 7:00pm) Board of Supervisors meeting, The Tredyffrin Twp. Board of Supervisors gave special recognition to Superintendent Anthony Giaimo on his coming retirement after 27 years with the Department. Giaimo, rose in the Agency from the rank of Patrol Officer to the top job, attaining the 1995 “Officer of the Year”, “Class “A” Officer in 1992, Sergeant in 1996, Lieutenant in 2007, and Acting Superintendent in 2011 and named as Superintendent, after a nationwide search in 2012. Supt. Giaimo was recently installed as the President of the FBI National Academy Associates (Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter) and is the Chairman and Immediate Past President of the Chester County Police Chiefs Association.
Warren Kampf, of Pennsylvania’s 157th Legislative District, Michelle Kichline of the Chester County Board of Commissioners and District Attorney Thomas Hogan of the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, and Tredyffrin BOS Chairman, Trip Lukens all gave presentations from government. Andrew Howell, President of “Race for Peace” presented from the community.
Additionally, Supt. Anthony Giaimo was pleased announce the following promotions to the leadership team:
To the rank of Sergeant (Patrol Operations) - Tyler Moyer, a fourteen year law enforcement officer and twelve veteran of the Department, was promoted to his present rank of Sergeant from the position of Corporal (Patrol Operations). Sgt. Moyer is a 1997 graduate of LaSalle University, 2003 graduate of the Montgomery County Police Academy. Moyer is a member of the Chester County Serious Crash Assistance Team, a certified Federal Motor Carrier Enforcer and former member of the Chester County Regional Emergency Response Team (SWAT).
To the rank of Corporal (Patrol Operations) – James Slavin, is a fifteen year veteran of the Department, was promoted to his present rank of Corporal from the position of Class “A” Patrol Officer. Corporal Slavin is a trained Crisis Negotiator for the Chester County Regional Emergency Response Team, a field training officer and 2010’s “Officer of the Year”.