Center Township Police Chief fulfills his dream

Story by Sandy Giordano – Beaver County Radio. Published August 14, 2023 9:19 A.M.

(Center Township, PA) Aldo Legge was promoted to police chief following the retirement of Barry Kramer, who retired last month. In an interview last week, Chief Legge said it was his dream to become a police officer ever since he was a little kid. He said he served in Aliquippa  in 1992 for over a year.  He was raised in the city’s Plan 7 neighborhood. He was a patrolman in Center Township for at least 10 years and was promoted to sergeant and detective sergeant. He worked for the FBI for 5 years  working on their task force doing undercover work, he said. He received a bachelor’s degree and master’s from Columbia Southern University, the courses were all online and he completed them in 7 years to qualify him in law enforcement.

He said, “I’m honored to be here in an administrative role and working with the manpower available. I’m taking on a different role, I have a passion for serving the community.”. I want to grow the department and get officers with specialties. He would like to have a school resource officer in all the district schools.
With community involvement the department will be at every event in the township. They will be at the Beaver Valley Mall Thursday, August 17, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a back to school event.

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