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Eric J. Kerchner

Detective With the District Attorney's Office

Monroe County

HQ Phone:  (570) 517-3052

Direct Phone: (570) ***-****direct phone

Email: e***@***.us

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Monroe County

610 Monroe Street Suite 126

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania,18360

United States

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Criminal Investigators | Monroe County Office of the District Attorney

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Eric J. Kerchner - Chief County Detective
Chief Eric Kerchner Eric J. Kerchner is the Chief County Detective for the Monroe County Office of the District Attorney serving under the leadership of E. David Christine, Jr., District Attorney. Chief Kerchner started his career in law enforcement immediately after graduating from Marple Newtown Sr. High School (Delaware County, PA) by joining the United States Army in 1973. He completed basic training at Fort Dix, NJ and graduated from the United States Army Military Police School at Fort Gordon GA. Chief Kerchner served as a military police officer in Butzbach, Germany for the next three years, initially as a patrol officer and then as a traffic accident investigator after attending Northwestern University's Military Police Traffic Accident Investigation School in Vilseck, Germany in 1975. While in the military, Chief Kerchner completed additional law enforcement training while attending the University of Delaware and Central Texas College. Beginning in 1982, Chief Kerchner established and operated a Monroe County based private security and investigations firm, Kerchner Associates, Inc., with annual revenues of 1.4 million dollars and employing more than 70 officers. That company was sold in 1998. Chief Kerchner operated as a private investigator through 2001. In 2001, Chief Kerchner was retained as a special investigator by the Monroe County District Attorney's Office focusing on housing mortgage fraud. In 2002, he was appointed as a full time detective, and in 2009, he was appointed to the position of Chief County Detective.


Criminal Investigators | Monroe County Office of the District Attorney

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Eric J. Kerchner - Chief County Detective
Chief Eric Kerchner Eric J. Kerchner is the Chief County Detective for the Monroe County Office of the District Attorney serving under the leadership of E. David Christine, Jr., District Attorney. Chief Kerchner started his career in law enforcement immediately after graduating from Marple Newtown Sr. High School (Delaware County, PA) by joining the United States Army in 1973. He completed basic training at Fort Dix, NJ and graduated from the United States Army Military Police School at Fort Gordon GA. Chief Kerchner served as a military police officer in Butzbach, Germany for the next three years, initially as a patrol officer and then as a traffic accident investigator after attending Northwestern University's Military Police Traffic Accident Investigation School in Vilseck, Germany in 1975. While in the military, Chief Kerchner completed additional law enforcement training while attending the University of Delaware and Central Texas College. Beginning in 1982, Chief Kerchner established and operated a Monroe County based private security and investigations firm, Kerchner Associates, Inc., with annual revenues of 1.4 million dollars and employing more than 70 officers. That company was sold in 1998. Chief Kerchner operated as a private investigator through 2001. In 2001, Chief Kerchner was retained as a special investigator by the Monroe County District Attorney's Office focusing on housing mortgage fraud. In 2002, he was appointed as a full time detective, and in 2009, he was appointed to the position of Chief County Detective.


Awards and Citations | Monroe County Office of the District Attorney

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Presenting the award was District Attorney E. David Christine, Jr., and Chief County Detective Eric J. Kerchner.
The Drug Task Force is coordinated by Chief Detective Eric Kerchner and Detective Kim Lippincott of the Office of the District Attorney, and is comprised of detectives, deputies, and officers from: Eric Kerchner, a county District Attorney's Office detective who heads the task force, presented the award, which goes to a task force member whose performance has been outstanding. 2006 · Detective Eric Kerchner Monroe County D.A.'s Office


Eric J. Kerchner - Chief County Detective | Monroe County Office of the District Attorney

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Eric J. Kerchner - Chief County Detective
Chief Eric Kerchner Eric J. Kerchner is the Chief County Detective for the Monroe County Office of the District Attorney serving under the leadership of E. David Christine, Jr., District Attorney. Chief Kerchner started his career in law enforcement immediately after graduating from Marple Newtown Sr. High School (Delaware County, PA) by joining the United States Army in 1973. He completed basic training at Fort Dix, NJ and graduated from the United States Army Military Police School at Fort Gordon GA. Chief Kerchner served as a military police officer in Butzbach, Germany for the next three years, initially as a patrol officer and then as a traffic accident investigator after attending Northwestern University's Military Police Traffic Accident Investigation School in Vilseck, Germany in 1975. While in the military, Chief Kerchner completed additional law enforcement training while attending the University of Delaware and Central Texas College. Beginning in 1982, Chief Kerchner established and operated a Monroe County based private security and investigations firm, Kerchner Associates, Inc., with annual revenues of 1.4 million dollars and employing more than 70 officers. That company was sold in 1998. Chief Kerchner operated as a private investigator through 2001. In 2001, Chief Kerchner was retained as a special investigator by the Monroe County District Attorney's Office focusing on housing mortgage fraud. In 2002, he was appointed as a full time detective. Chief Kerchner attended and completed police academy training at Lackawanna College. Over the years, Chief Kerchner received specialized narcotics training with the Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN), the Pennsylvania Narcotics Officers Association (PNOA), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the Montgomery County, PA Drug Task Force. In 2006, he received the Monroe County Drug Task Force Officer of the Year award and in 2007, Chief Kerchner received the Pennsylvania Narcotic's Officers Association's Unit Citation Award. In 2009, Chief Kerchner was promoted to the position of Chief County Detective. Chief Kerchner is the coordinator for the Monroe County Drug Task Force and is a representative for the Northeastern Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Task Force and the Auto Theft Task Force. He is also the county representative for MAGLOCLEN and the National White Collar Crime Center (NWC3), a member of the Pennsylvania Narcotics Officers Association, the County Detective's Association of Pennsylvania, and the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.


Proposed Pawn Shop Ordinance | Monroe County Office of the District Attorney

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Chief County Detective Eric J. Kerchner
Office of the District Attorney | Monroe County Drug Task Force 610 Monroe St - Suite 126, Stroudsburg PA 18360-2275 Desk: 570-517-3109 | Fax: 570-517-3825 email: ekerchner@monroecountypa.gov


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