Florissant Police Officer Promoted to Captain
Lt. Timothy B. Fagan received his new badge on Dec. 26 at the Mayor's office.
A Florissant police officer has been promoted to Captain thanks to his 18 years of dedicated service to the city, along with his many other achievements in law enforcement, Chief William Karabas and Major Timothy Lowery said in a press release.
Lt. Timothy B. Fagan was presented with the Captain’s badge on Dec. 26 by Karabas at the mayor’s office.
Police offered a brief history of Fagan’s law enforcement career, below.
Captain Fagan began his law enforcement career in 1993 with the city of Dellwood and after one year of service with them he left to join the Florissant Police Department in 1994.
He was polygraph certified in 2000 and is a member of the prestigious American Polygraph Association and American Association of Police Polygraphists.
He currently holds the position of Commander of the Bureau of Investigations for the Florissant Police Department and Deputy Commander of the Greater St. Louis Major Case Squad, a multi-jurisdictional homicide task force.
In his 18 years of dedicated service to the Florissant Police Department Captain Fagan has previously held the positions of Patrolman, Sergeant, and Lieutenant serving with distinction, commitment and leadership in the highest tradition of the law enforcement community.
At the presentation of the new rank and badge, Mayor Schneider expressed his confidence that Fagan will continue his record of excellence and that his leadership will continue to inspire Florissant’s award-winning police department.