Officer Justin Sneeringer highlighted by Cheltenham Communities That Care

Cheltenham Township police officer Justin Sneeringer was recently highlighted by Cheltenham Communities That Care (CTCC), an organization which addresses at-risk adolescent behavior.

Officer Sneeringer currently serves as a board member for CCTC. According to their Facebook post, he “believes that Cheltenham CTC is valuable to our community because it allows people to combine and share resources for youth, leads the way in youth mentoring, helps put young people on a good path for the future, and gives people a safe space to reach out to!”

Officer Sneeringer has previously served for the Upper Providence Township Police Department and the Reading City Police Department, his hometown. He received a bachelor’s degree in communications from West Chester University and attended Bond University in Australia where he received a second bachelor’s degree in communications, Journalism, and Public Relations.

He worked for a private investment company for 10 years prior to entering law enforcement.

For more on the CTCC, you can visit their Facebook page and website.

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