Police Officer Tiffany Vogel
York City Police Department

2011 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Nominee

Officer Vogel is a 6-year veteran of the York City Police Department. She is assigned to the Neighborhood Policing Unit, and previously served as a patrol officer.

Vogel is single. She previously served in the United States Marine Corps, and currently serves in the Pennsylvania National Guard.

Vogel is the recipient of multiple department commendations.

Officer Vogel is assigned to the Parkway Neighborhood Enforcement Unit where her primary assignment is the neighborhoods in and around the Parkway public housing complex. Her duties include street level drug investigations, quality of life issues, civil enforcement and being a liaison with the York Housing Authority staff. When not patrolling the Parkway neighborhood, Vogel monitors and patrols other neighborhoods in the City where the unit operates.

Vogel has been requested numerous times by the Mayor’s office to mentor young women who want to hear from a woman in a leadership role in the police department. Vogel has taken on the responsibility to give a personal safety course to York College nursing students who have repeatedly requested her. She also is a member of the York City Police Honor Guard.

Vogel excels at DUI enforcement, and was able to make 22 BUI arrests in 2013. She has also conducted a DUI presentation for the Criminal Justice section of the York Technical Institute.

Vogel works in a unit, and was involved in 12 felony arrests, 47 misdemeanor arrests, served 124 warrants, issued 105 traffic citations and 58 non-traffic citations. The Neighborhood unit has seized over 30 guns, 196 grams of cocaine, 1012 gram of marijuana, 44 grams of heroin and $10,000 in cash.

It becomes very evident that Officer Vogel was an exceptional asset to the York City Police Department in 2013.

Nominated by Chief Wes Kahley

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