Lancaster Sergeant retires from department after more than 20 years service

Lancaster Sergeant retires from department after more than 20 years service

Lancaster, PA

The Lancaster City Bureau of Police released the following statement today marking the retirement of  Sergeant Jason Ziegler  after more20 years of service.

After 20 years of service to the City of Lancaster and the Bureau of Police, Sgt. Jason Ziegler has retired.
Jason was a 1990 graduate of Eastern Lebanon Co. High School. He went on to attain a degree in Animal Bioscience from Penn State University in 1994.

In September 1998 Ziegler was sworn in as an Officer with the Lancaster Bureau of Police. He attended the Police Academy at HACC.

Jason worked in a Patrol. In 2001 he became a K9 handler and was partners with K9 Rex until January 2006.
In June 2009, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and worked as a Patrol Supervisor until he retired this year.
During his career, Sgt. Ziegler was awarded numerous commendations for Unit Citations and Outstanding Enforcement. Sgt. Ziegler also distinguished himself as an avid and accomplished photographer. Many high quality photos of members of the Bureau were taken by Sgt. Ziegler.


We say Thank You to Sgt. Jason Ziegler for your service and we wish you well in your current and future endeavors.

 

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