Greetings, from Chief Loretta Stalnaker!
It has been a very active year for the police department. It has been a very hard year for everyone.
Please let us know if we can be of any service to you in these trying times.
This year has not been typical by any means. Due to COVID 19 many kids and adults were unable to have a proper birthday party. We participated in many birthday drive by's for the young and not so young. The Royalton Police Department teamed up with South Royalton Rescue Squad, Royalton Fire Department, and Bethel Fire Department to do our best to make the members of our community happy. It was our honor and pleasure to be able to participate with our community in this way.
This year the Royalton Police Department had long time member, Gary Rogler, retire after 12 years of service. Officer Rogler was an integral part of our department and want to thank him for all his hard work and dedication. We wish him well in his future endeavors.
We would like to welcome a new member, sort of, to our team. Marc Preston has joined as a uniformed officer. Many of you know him as Constable Preston. He has decided to put on another hat and become a certified police officer and work part-time as a patrol officer as well. Welcome aboard Officer Preston. Constable Preston will continue to serve and remains a great asset to the department.
In closing, I would like to convey to the entire Royalton Community that I am proud to be your Police Chief and will do my best to honor the trust and support that I have received. I have attached the mission statement for the Police Department and my vision for the future for policing in our community. Again, I encourage anyone who has questions or concerns to call or stop by. I thank you for the support that I have received, and I look forward to serving you for many years to come.
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