Lieutenant Edmund Bossle

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Retired Lieutenant Edmund Bossle is a respected figure in the Baltimore Police Department. His career began on, 17 June, 1965, when he joined the department as a cadet. In fact, on the same day in 1965, Baltimore began its cadet program with Edmund Bossle as their first cadet. He is recognized for his service and contributions to the department and is listed in the Baltimore Police Department’s Hall of Fame.

Over the years, he rose through the ranks, reaching the position of lieutenant before his retirement. After 25 years of dedicated service, he retired from the Baltimore Police Department.

Following his retirement, he became the Assistant Director of Campus Police at Loyola College (now University), under Steve Tabeling, who was also a Baltimore Police legend. After his tenure at Loyola, Lt. Bossle served as a security manager at BWI for a year before going to work for Carefirst Blue Cross for a few years.

In the aftermath of the events of 9/11, Lt. Bossle joined the newly formed TSA in 2002 as a traveling instructor, opening federal checkpoints at several airports. He then took a permanent duty station at Orlando International Airport, from which he retired in January of 2015.


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