Cheltenham Honors Sergeant Michael Eves for 27 Years of Service

Cheltenham Township Police Department

Officer’s retirement leaves openings in department

Elkins Park, PA – The Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners and Police Department honored Sergeant Michael Eves with a resolution for his 27 years dedicated service to the community and the Cheltenham  Police Department at the January 23rd Board of Commissioners Meeting.  Eves was presented with a certificate, plaque and pin in recognition of his service.

Eves started at the patrol division on April 1, 1991, and received numerous promotions during his tenure, including a SWAT team post in 2012, which he served on for more than 10 years. In 2004, Eves was appointed as a corporal and patrol supervisor, and in 2006, he was promoted to sergeant of the patrol division and as the department’s accreditation manager. In 2015, Eves was endorsed to become the detective sergeant for all criminal investigations.

 “His dedication to the community will be sorely missed,” board President Daniel Norris said. “We wish him good fortune in all his future endeavors.”

The Cheltenham Township Police Department is looking for new officers to join the department. Interested applicants must take a written examination for Police Officer on Saturday, March 9, 2019. For more details click here.