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Berks County > Municipalities > Wyomissing Borough
 
 
Chief Jeffrey R. Biehl joined the Wyomissing Police Department in 1978.  He worked as a patrol officer until 1990, when he was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Unit.  In 1991 he was promoted to Sergeant in charge of Special Services.  In 1994 he was promoted to Lieutenant and was chosen as Berks County's Police Officer of the Year.  He was appointed Chief of Police in 1997.
 
Chief Biehl holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Penn State University and a Master's Degree from West Chester University.  He currently teaches in the criminal justice programs at the Reading Police Academy and the Reading Area Community College.
 
He and his wife, Laurie, have three children, Kelly, Kristy, and Kaitlyn.
 
 
 
Be responsible for your actions and treat others as you would like to be treated...with respect.



General Information from Chief Biehl...

 

 

 Drivers are reminded of the new vehicle laws that recently went into effect.

Vehicle Code Section 4581: Provides that all drivers and passengers under the age of 18 must use seat belts. It is a driver’s obligation to make sure all passengers under 18 are properly secured.

Vehicle Code Section 1503: Provides that a junior driver in his/her first 6 months may only carry one (1) additional passenger, unless the passengers are immediate family members; or if the junior driver is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  After 6 months the junior driver may carry up to three (3) non-family passengers until his/her 18th birthday.

Vehicle Code Section 3316: Provides that No driver shall operate a motor vehicle while using an interactive wireless communications device to send, read, or write text-based communication while the vehicle is in motion. This does not include entering a telephone number to make a voice call.