Berks County Chiefs of Police Association
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The Association is a professional organization of chiefs of police and other executives of police, public safety and private law enforcement organizations within the County. The Association provides a vehicle through which members can come together, examine their positions on issues, and address the needs of their colleagues.
The values that guide the Association’s working decisions are central to its mission. These values include accountability, continuous improvement, diversity, education and training, human life, innovation, the laws and Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, problem-solving, compassion, cooperation, excellence, fairness, inclusion, integrity, personal autonomy, and professionalism. When put into practice, these values help the Association contribute to the quality of life across the county.
The Association’s values are characteristics of qualities of work. Although the membership of the Association may need to balance these values from time to time on both an individual and collective basis, the Association will never ignore these values for the sake of expediency or personal preference. The Association holds these values constantly before it to teach and remind the Association’s membership, and the communities which those members serve, of the Association’s ideals.These values are the foundation upon which the Association is founded.
Whom to Contact
- Erik GrunzigPresident