Almanac Between Issues June 11, 2004

Resignation of Chief of Police

Tom Rambo has resigned his position as Chief of Police in order to pursue other professional opportunities, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush announced.  Mr. Rambo recently completed his Graduate studies with St. Joseph's University's Master of Science program.  "He felt that during this unique moment of transitions within the Penn administration, this was the perfect time for him to explore alternative career options."

Mr. Rambo came to the University of Pennsylvania's Division of Public Safety in 1986.  He was promoted to Police Sergeant in 1991, Lieutenant in 1998 and to Chief of Police in 2001. As a Lieutenant he commanded the Special Response Team, and was appointed Tactical Commander, overseeing the formation of the Emergency Response Team, Motorcycle Patrol and Bike Patrol.



Posted 6/11/04

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