Police Personnel

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All officers of the Carroll Township Police Department are required to attend and complete Act 120 training at the Municipal Police Training Academy.  They are trained annually in CPR, the use of the Automatic External Defibrillator also known as an (AED), firearms training, Mandatory Update Training and the use of the National Crime Information Computer (NCIC) and the Commonwealth Law Enforcement Assistance Network (CLEAN).


Chief Thomas Wargo


Sergeant David Smith

Sgt. Smith joined the Carroll Township Police Department in 1995 and was promoted to Sergeant in November of 2004.  Sgt Smith had previously worked for The Dauphin County Sheriffs Department as a Deputy Sheriff.

Sgt. Smith has received training in all aspects of criminal investigations, Sgt. Smith is the departments Public Information Officer (PIO) and public service officer, a Pennsylvania certified inspection mechanic, crime prevention officer, terrorism awareness and prevention instructor, and the departments Field Training Officer.  Sgt. Smith is currently a member of the South Central Counter-Terrorism Task Force Law Enforcement Strike Team.  


Sergeant John Schreiner

Sgt. Schreiner joined the Carroll Township Police Department in 1996 and was promoted to Sergeant in November of 2004.  Sgt. Schreiner had previously worked for the Dauphin County Sheriffs Department.

Sgt. Schreiner has received training in all aspects of criminal investigation, is one of the department's DARE instructors, a certified evidence technician, a member of the York County Forensics Team and the departments Crime Scene Unit, the departments Field Training Officer, Firearms Instructor, Sig Sauer Firearms Armorer and TASER Instructor and certified to instruct at the police academy.


Gene Baptisti, Records Officer

Gene Baptisti joined the Carroll Township Police Department in December 1974 as a part time police officer.  Gene completed his mandatory police training and is a graduate of the 1st, Municipal Police Training Academy for part-time police officers at the Pennsylvania State Police Training Center in Hershey PA, and was Vice President of that class.

During his tenure as a police officer, Gene attended and completed numerous police related courses of instruction.  Although no longer working as a police officer, Gene is the Department's Records Officer, a position he has held since 1973.  He is certified as a Visual Alert© Police Reporting System Administrator, Administrator of the Police Department's PADOT Crash Reporting system, and is in charge of the Department's Uniform Crime Reporting system.  He is certified NCIC/CLEAN and maintains the Department's computerized records keeping systems.


Patrolman Thomas Kibler

Ptlm. Kibler started with the Carroll Township Police Department in 2003.  Ptlm. Kibler came to Carroll Township from the North Middleton Township Police Department, where he served for eleven and one half years, seven of those years as detective.  Ptlm. Kibler is a United States Army veteran and has earned a bachelor's degree in History from York College.  Ptlm. Kibler has also authored two military reference books. 

Ptlm. Kibler has received training in all aspects of criminal investigations, and is a chemical spray instructor, expandable baton instructor, TASER instructor, and crime prevention officer.  Ptlm. Kibler is also certified to instruct at the police academy. 


Patrolman Ronald Stiles

Ptlm. Stiles started with the Carroll Township Police Department in 2003.  Ptlm. Stiles came to Carroll Township with twenty-three years of service from the York Springs / Latimore Township Police Department .  Ptlm. Stiles served in the US. Army Special Forces and is a Vietnam veteran.

Ptlm Stiles has received training in all aspects of criminal investigations and is currently a DARE instructor and Child safety seat technician.


Patrolman Ben Martin

Ptlm. Martin started with the Carroll Township Police Department in 2003.  Ptlm. Martin came to Carroll Township from the Newville Police Department, Cumberland County.

Ptlm. Martin is a DARE instructor and is in the departments Crime Scene Unit.


Patrolman Terry Williams

Ptlm. Williams has been a police officer with Carroll Township since 2003. 


Patrolman David McCoy

Ptlm. McCoy started with the Carroll Township Police Department in 2007.  Ptlm. McCoy came to Carroll Township from the Middlesex Township Police Department, and the Mount Holly Springs Police Department in Cumberland County.

 

Ptlm. McCoy is a certified Pennsylvania state inspection mechanic, an Emergency Medical Technician, and a member of the South Central Counter-Terrorism Task Force / Law Enforcement Strike Team.

 

 

 

Patrolman Justin Rogerson

 

Ptlm. Justin Rogerson comes to the Carroll Township Police Department from the Gettysburg Borough Police Department where he was assigned as a patrol officer and was a member of the departments motorcycle unit.  During his time in Gettysburg Borough, Rogerson was named Rookie of the year for 2003. 

 

Ptlm. Rogerson had previously been employed by a juvenile treatment center.  Ptlm Rogerson earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Mount Saint Mary’s College, Emmetsburg Maryland and gradated from the Harrisburg Area Community College Police Academy  

 

Ptlm. Rogerson is a Pennsylvania state inspection mechanic and certified police motorcycle operator.

 

   

 

Patrolman Michael Lohr

 


 

 

Part-time Patrolman Gary Bonner

 

Retired from Hampden Township Police Department with 37 years experience.

 

 

 

Part-time Patrolman Brian Sunday

 



SERVICES

Drug Awareness Resistance Education  (DARE)

Motor Carrier Enforcement Unit (MCSAP).
Officers enforce Federal Regulation and have the authority to inspect and weight commercial motor vehicles.

Child ID, Employment Fingerprinting and Community Educational Programs and Speeches.
To schedule a public service event with police contact Sgt. David Smith at ext. 106.

Child Safety Seat Technicians.
To schedule an installation of a child safety seat please contact either Ptlm. Ronald Stiles at ext. 116 or Ptlm. Terry Williams at ext. 114 for an appointment.

Vacation Checks and Security Surveys
(Form available on this web site)

National Night Out

Traffic Safety Programs
The Carroll Township Police are actively committed to public safety.  For several years Carroll Township Police have entered into a partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Central Pennsylvania Center for Traffic safety by participating in Buckle Up PA, in which officers aggressive enforce Pennsylvania’s seat belt laws.  Carroll Township police officers also conduct Smooth Operator.  Smooth operator enforcement targets aggressive driving.  Carroll Township police in conjunction with other officers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC and New Jersey are on the lookout for aggressive driving.  For more information log onto www.buckleuppa.org or  www.smoothoperatorprogram.com.

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