Dover Police Announce Promotions Following Ceremony 1-25-2021

 

 

The Dover Police Department is announcing the promotions of 29 officers dating back to January of 2020.  Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on indoor gatherings, the department delayed multiple planned ceremonies in hopes of being able to properly recognize and celebrate the officers’ accomplishments.  On January 21st, the department held a socially distant and scaled down ceremony at the Dover Police Department with each officer being recognized individually by Chief Thomas Johnson and Mayor Robin Christiansen.  

Major David Spicer was promoted from the rank of Captain and will serve as the Deputy Chief of the Dover Police Department.

Captain Christopher Hermance was promoted from the rank of Lieutenant and will serve as the Administrative Division Commander.

Captain Kevin Kober was promoted from the rank of Lieutenant and will serve as the head of the Office of Professional Standards.

Captain Randy Robbins was promoted from the rank of Lieutenant and will serve as the Operations Division Commander.

Lieutenant Aaron Dickinson was promoted from the rank of Sergeant and will serve as the Criminal Investigations Unit Commander.

Lieutenant Paul Kuntzi was promoted from the rank of Sergeant and will serve as the Special Enforcement Unit Commander.

Lieutenant Jordan Miller was promoted from the rank of Sergeant and will serve as the Patrol Unit Commander.

Lieutenant Robert “Ernie” Roswell was promoted from the rank of Sergeant and will serve as the Internal Affairs Commander.

Sergeant Bernardo “Frank” Fioravaniti was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will serve as a platoon leader on the patrol unit.

Sergeant Jeffrey Gott was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will serve as a platoon leader on the patrol unit.

Sergeant Mark Hoffman was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will continue to serve as the Public Information Officer for the department.

Sergeant Jennifer Lynch was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will serve as a platoon leader on the patrol unit.

Sergeant Christopher Peer was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will serve as the Community Policing Supervisor.

Sergeant Kevin Streadwick was promoted from the rank of Master Corporal and will serve as the Criminal Investigations Unit Supervisor.

Master Corporal Joshua Boesenberg was promoted from the rank of Corporal and will continue to serve in the Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit and the ATF Task Force.

Master Corporal Brian Gedney was promoted from the rank of Corporal and will serve as a section leader on the patrol unit.

Master Corporal Scott Hurd was promoted from the rank of Corporal and will serve as a section leader on the patrol unit.

Master Corporal Anthony Toto was promoted from the rank of Corporal and will serve as a section leader on the patrol unit.

Master Corporal Nathaniel Warren was promoted from the rank of Corporal and will serve as a section leader in the Criminal Investigations Unit.

Master Corporal Joseph Bauer was promoted  from the rank of Corporal and will serve as a section leader on the patrol unit.

Corporal James Johnson was promoted from the rank of Patrolman First Class and will continue to serve in the Street Crimes Unit.

Corporal Brooks Ogden was promoted from the rank of Patrolman First Class and will continue to serve as a K9 officer on the patrol unit.

Corporal Jacob Rankin was promoted from the rank of Patrolman First Class and will continue to serve as a detective in the Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit.

Corporal Ryan Schmid was promoted from the rank of Patrolman First Class and will continue to serve as a detective in the Criminal Investigations Unit.

Corporal James Wood was promoted from the rank of Patrolman First Class and will continue to serve as a CSI detective in the Criminal Investigations Unit.

Patrolman First Class Kody Frye was promoted from the rank of Patrolman and will continue to serve as a patrol officer on the patrol unit.

Patrolman First Class Nate Weir was promoted from the rank of Patrolman and will continue to serve as a patrol officer on the patrol unit.

Patrolman First Class Alvin Hudson was promoted from the rank of Patrolman and will continue to serve as a patrol officer on the patrol unit.

Patrolwoman First Class Melissa Lake was promoted from the rank of Patrolwoman and will continue to serve as a patrol officer on the patrol unit.

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