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Chief of Police - Paul Yost
55 S. Fifth St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837
The commission governing the department agreed to a deal with Lewisburg Police Chief Paul Yost to become the new agency's first chief at yesterday's meeting.
Yost will be paid nearly $80,000 a year.
Chief Paul Yostyostpaul@ptd.netChief Yost has been serving with the Milton Police Department since March 1, 1979 . Prior to taking the Chief of Police position in January 2002, Yost held the ranks of Sergeant from June 2000 and the rank of Corporal from October 1990.Yost is a certified accident reconstructionist, Emergency Medical Technician, a D.A.R.E. instructor, a tactical officer for the newly established Milton Special Emergency Response Team and continues to work with the Northumberland-Montour County Drug Task Force.Yost
also is serving as the Northumberland County DUI Task Force
free time Chief Yost likes to work out and spend time hiking in the mountains
After Officer Muffley retired, Retired Chief of Police Paul Yost took over as the school district's only D.A.R.E. Officer.
Chief Yost taught this program to students from three different schools within the school district.
Police Chief Paul Yost says ...
Police Chief Paul Yost says the so-called "thumper" will compliment existing sirens, and is needed because so many motorists are driving with distractions.
says the bass-like sound of the device will be helpful while driving through traffic in emergencies and in alerting drivers to pull over.
Chief Yost says police in the Town of Bloomsburg are getting good results from "thumpers," which should be installed in two Lewisburg patrol cars within a couple of months. (Matt Farrand)
The Buffalo Valley Regional Police will be led by current Lewisburg Police Chief Paul Yost, and will be based in a building on Route 45 in East Buffalo Township.