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Waterloo Police Adds Two New Officers

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New Waterloo Police Department officers Andrew Dahlem and Jacob Renner were sworn in at Monday’s City Council meeting. Taking part in the ceremony are, left to right, first row, Mayor Tom Smith, Sgt. Trin Daws, new officers Andrew Dahlem and Jacob Renner, Officer Brandon Braye and Police Commissioner Chuck Pittman; and second row, Capt. Dane Luke, Chief Jeff Prosise, Officer Mason Ingram, Officer Shaun Wiegand and Detective Josh Wirth.
New Waterloo Police Department officers Andrew Dahlem and Jacob Renner were sworn in at Monday’s City Council meeting. Taking part in the ceremony are, left to right, first row, Mayor Tom Smith, Sgt. Trin Daws, new officers Andrew Dahlem and Jacob Renner, Officer Brandon Braye and Police Commissioner Chuck Pittman; and second row, Capt. Dane Luke, Chief Jeff Prosise, Officer Mason Ingram, Officer Shaun Wiegand and Detective Josh Wirth.

Andrew Dahlem and Jacob Renner are the newest officers at the Waterloo Police Department. The two were sworn in during Monday’s City Council meeting.

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