The retirement of Police Chief Paul Geiszler has prompted a string of promotions within the department, and Thursday a ceremony was held to celebrate.
Family and friends of Muskego Police Department personnel were on hand Thursday at City Hall to witness the ceremonial swearing in of Craig Moser as police chief. Formerly a captain, Moser was already sworn in as retiring Police Chief Paul Geiszler departed at the end of 2012 so there would be no empty chair in the chief's office. Thursday's ceremony was the public affirmation of the appointment of the 28-year-veteran at MPD. Along with Moser, Lieutenant Richard Rens was promoted to Captain, and Sergeant James Rozeski was promoted to Lieutenant. Perhaps underscoring the reason why officers say it's all about making it home safely at the end of a shift, each man received his badge, pinned on by their daughters.
Craig Moser will officially take the helm at the MPD, with promotions given as well to Richard Rens to Captain, and James Rozeski to Lieutenant
The Muskego Police Department announced the formal swearing in of Muskego Police Chief Craig A. Moser on Thursday, Jan. 24, at 3 p.m., in the Muskego Room at Muskego City Hall. Moser will step into the position that Paul Geiszler retired from at the end of 2012. In addition, Captain Richard Rens and Lieutenant James Rozeski will also be sworn in at that time. Moser is a 28 year veteran of the department, having served as a patrol officer, patrol sergeant, and most recently captain of services. He is a 1999 graduate of Northwestern University Traffic Institute School of Police Staff and Command, as well asgraduating from the 231st FBI National Academy in 2007, according to MPD. Captain Rens has 28 years of law enforcement experience,the …