Lieutenant Gerald Lohr
Deputy Commander, Bureau of Tactical Support, St. Louis County Police Department
Lieutenant Gerald Lohr was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and raised in Massillon, Ohio. He attended Vanderbilt University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Economics.
He joined the St. Louis County Police Department in 2001. He served in the Affton-Southwest precinct from 2001-2006. He became a member of the Community Action Team where he served in all of the precincts in St. Louis County. In 2007, he was reassigned to the Tactical Operations Unit where he was responsible for dealing with hostage/barricade situations, dignitary protection, execution of search warrants, public appearances, police academy instruction, and patrol of high crime areas. While with the Tactical Operations Unit, he assisted multiple outside agencies including: the FBI, ATF, DEA, and Secret Service.
In November of 2010, he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to the Division of Patrol where he has served as a watch supervisor in the Central County and North County precincts. In August of 2013 he was transferred to the Division of Special Operations where he served as supervisor of the Canine Unit of the Bureau of Patrol Support. He was promoted to his current rank in May 2014 and subsequently transferred to his current assignment as watch supervisor in the Affton Southwest precinct.
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