General Crime

New Burlingame Police Chief Brings More Than 30 Years of Experience

Fugitive Watch Logo 77x77px

119

ads

Don’t Wait Until Your Home Has Been Burglarized

Call ADT For Alarms and Camera Systems at 888-327-3622 or Click Here

Eric Wollman was appointed on Friday to become Burlingame’s next police chief with more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement. Wollman has served as a captain for the department since April 2012 and prior to that worked for the Daly City Police Department for 29 years, city officials said. Burlingame city manager Lisa Goldman announced the appointment on Friday and in a statement said, “Eric is a true practitioner of police working, having worked or supervised every division of the Police Department in his 31 years in law enforcement.”

Wollman will begin serving as police chief on Nov. 1 and will be sworn in during the City Council meeting on Nov. 3. “I am honored to serve as the next Chief of the Burlingame Police Department and looking forward to working with the City Council, the community and the men and women of the Police Department to continue to provide quality service to the citizens of our community,” Wollman said in a statement. Wollman has worked with other law enforcement agencies to secure millions of dollars in grants for traffic safety in San Mateo County, according to the city manager’s office.

He also helped in the formation of the San Mateo County Traffic Enforcement Program, city officials said. With the Burlingame Police Department he has aided in the implementation of a new communications and records system, according to city officials. Wollman is an alumnus of San Francisco State University. He is succeeding Police Chief Ed Wood, who is retiring after seven years with Burlingame police.

Copyright © 2014 by Bay City News, Inc. — Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited.

Protect your Website and Computers

Call 855-DSX-DATA (855-379-3282)

DSX web site link 500

Comment Advisement We welcome your thoughts, but for the sake of all readers, please refrain from the use of obscenities, personal attacks or racial slurs. All comments are subject to our terms of service and may be removed. Repeat offenders may lose commenting privileges.

Leave a Comment

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons