LPD's Civilian Employee of the Year


After working as a dispatcher since 2015, Angie Pollreisz has a new job with two new roles to play for the Lebanon Police Department.
"I am the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police, and I am a police analyst," Pollreisz said.
She took the executive assistant position vacated by Dana Millsap. The police analyst position is an entirely new one where she provides Chief Randy Halstead with statistical information.
"If he needs statistics on sick time used, activity for the month like reports, tickets and that kind of activity, I put a graph together," Pollreisz said.
Her most recent report for Chief Halstead targeted the LPD's yearly activity. She also did a report for an officer about the number of gas drive-offs, a common occurrence in Lebanon.
And she does not give information solely to the Chief. When Public Works asked for the location in town with the most accidents, Pollreisz was able to identify Jefferson and East Missouri 32 as the spot.

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