Eden Prairie Police Department Has New Deputy Chief
The Eden Prairie Police Department (EPPD) has a promoted a long-time veteran of the force to the position of deputy chief.
According to the city, 27-year EPPD veteran Greg Weber has been promoted to the role of deputy chief. He most recently served as a captain on the force.
Deputy Chief Weber has reportedly served as a field training officer, patrol corporal, patrol sergeant, liaison sergeant, and ERU team leader and team commander. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2008 and has served as captain since 2016.
Weber earned a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement from Minnesota State University-Mankato, a master’s degree in police leadership, administration and education from the University of St. Thomas, and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the article said.
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