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Berks County > Municipalities > Wyomissing Borough


Sgt. Thomas D. Endy has been with the Wyomissing Police Department since April of 1991.  He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Systems Administration from Alvernia College.  He has specialized as an evidence technician, AFIS examiner, and as a First Aid/CPR instructor.  He was promoted to Sgt. in the Fall of 2004 and most recently promoted to Lieutenant in 2014.

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Sgt. Roecker joined the department in 1986, serving as a patrol officer for 12 years before being assigned to Criminal Investigations in 1998. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2004. He has also served as an evidence technician and field training officer (F.T.O.). Sgt. Roecker’s specialties include forensic composite art and questioned document examinations. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Sgt. Roecker is an instructor for the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Commission. He is also an avid collector of police patches and memorabilia.

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Sgt. Leon J. Grim joined the Wyomissing Police Department in 1996, and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2006.

He is a graduate of Wyomissing High School, The Pennsylvania State University, The Pennsylvania State Fire Training Academy, The United States Marine Corps Officer’s Candidate School, The Basic School, Infantry Officers Course, Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Mountain Warfare Training Center, Desert Warfare Training Center, The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit Special Operations Group, Operation Provide Promise, Xerox Recruitment/Sales Training Center, and he holds a masters degree in criminal justice from Boston University.

In addition to working as a Police Officer, Leon teaches criminal justice part-time at Reading Area Community College.  He also owns and operates an equestrian facility in northern Berks County.

Sgt. Grim was the recipient of the Berks County Fraternal Order of Police's Officer of the Year in 2008.

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Sgt. Ravel joined the Wyomissing Police Department in August of 1990.  In addition to his duties as a patrol officer, he is also a certified forensic hypnotist and police motorcycle officer.  He was promoted to Sergeant in February of 2008.

He has always been interested in law enforcement and was a military police officer in the US Army prior to joining Wyomissing.  When not on duty, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.

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Sgt. Phillips joined the Wyomissing Police Department in October of 1997 after working for a year in the West Reading Police Department and with troubled youth in Montgomery County, he was promoted to sergeant in 2014.  Sgt. Phillips is a graduate of the Wyomissing Area High School and Kutztown University, and is a former member of the Army Reserve.  Sgt. Phillips has specialized as an evidence technician, field training officer, firearms instructor, less lethal instructor, and chemical agent instructor.  Sgt. Phillips is also an assistant team leader with the tactical element of the Berks County Emergency Response Team.  Sgt. Phillips currently resides here in the Borough with his wife and son.  When not on duty Sgt. Phillips enjoys being outdoors.