Cheltenham Township Welcomes Two New Cops
January 11, 2019
Cheltenham Township welcomed two new police officers this week.
According to the Cheltenham Township Police Department, "On January 8th, two new officers were sworn in by Magisterial District Judge Elizabeth McHugh Casey [in center of above photograph]. Officer Vincent Hall (pictured on the left) is 25 years old and a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard. He joins us after spending 4 years as a Philadelphia Police Officer. Vince is also a former Cheltenham Auxilliary Police Officer and volunteer firefighter."
"Officer Christian Dobush (pictured on the right) is 23 years old and comes to us after 4 years in the United States Marine Corps and a short stint with the Montgomery County Sherrif's Department," the statement continued. "He is also currently serving in the Pennsylvania National Guard. The officers will hit the streets with their Field Training Officers after a couple weeks of in-house training. The men and women of Cheltenham Police Department welcome Chris and Vince as they begin their careers with Cheltenham Township Police Department."
The photograph is provided courtesy of the Cheltenham Township Police Department, 2019.