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Chief Jon Belmar Announces Promotions to Lieutenant Colonel and Captain

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19-February-2014


On Wednesday, February 19, 2014, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar announced the promotions of Captain Mike Dierkes to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and Lieutenant Bryan Ludwig to the rank of Captain.

Lieutenant Colonel Mike Dierkes is a 26 year police veteran currently assigned to the Bureau of Patrol Support. He has also served in the Affton Southwest and South County Precincts, Bureau of Drug Enforcement, Tactical Operations Unit, Bureau of Crimes Against Persons, Police Crime Lab, Bureau of Criminal Identification, and Municipal Services Unit. Lieutenant Colonel Dierkes has received 80 awards, commendations, and letters of appreciation.

Captain Bryan Ludwig is a 17 year police veteran currently assigned to the Municipal Services Unit. He has also served in the North County Precinct, Bureau of Crimes Against Property, Bureau of Professional Standards, the County and Municipal Police Academy, and the Bureau of Drug Enforcement. Captain Ludwig has received 13 awards, commendations, and letters of appreciation.


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Chief Jon Belmar Announces Promotions to Lieutenant Colonel and Captain

Created 1 years 195 days ago
by News Editor

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Views: 1589
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For Immediate Release

19-February-2014


On Wednesday, February 19, 2014, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar announced the promotions of Captain Mike Dierkes to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and Lieutenant Bryan Ludwig to the rank of Captain.

Lieutenant Colonel Mike Dierkes is a 26 year police veteran currently assigned to the Bureau of Patrol Support. He has also served in the Affton Southwest and South County Precincts, Bureau of Drug Enforcement, Tactical Operations Unit, Bureau of Crimes Against Persons, Police Crime Lab, Bureau of Criminal Identification, and Municipal Services Unit. Lieutenant Colonel Dierkes has received 80 awards, commendations, and letters of appreciation.

Captain Bryan Ludwig is a 17 year police veteran currently assigned to the Municipal Services Unit. He has also served in the North County Precinct, Bureau of Crimes Against Property, Bureau of Professional Standards, the County and Municipal Police Academy, and the Bureau of Drug Enforcement. Captain Ludwig has received 13 awards, commendations, and letters of appreciation.


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CHIEF JON BELMAR ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND CAPTAIN.pdf (97.88 KB)


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