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James H. Fisher Promoted to State Police Captain

March 22, 2017
James H. Fisher Promoted to State Police Captain
Harrisburg, PA – State Police Commissioner Tyree C. Blocker has promoted James H. Fisher, a native of Radnor Township, Delaware County, to captain and assigned him as the director of the Operational Records Division in the Bureau of Records and Identification.  He most recently served as the station commander of Troop J, Embreeville.
Captain Fisher enlisted in the state police in 1994.  Upon graduation from the academy, he was assigned to Troop B, Belle Vernon.  During his career, he has served at the Limerick, Skippack, Philadelphia and Media Stations in Troop K, the Highspire Station in Troop T and in the Bureaus of Gaming Enforcement and Liquor Control Enforcement.  He was promoted to corporal in 2003, sergeant in 2005 and lieutenant in 2010. 
Captain Fisher is a 1990 graduate of Upper Darby High School, a 2008 graduate of West Chester University and a 2010 graduate of the Northwestern University’s Police Staff and Command School.
Captain Fisher and his wife, Jennifer, reside in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County.
MEDIA CONTACTS: Ryan Tarkowski or Cpl. Adam Reed, 717-783-5556
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