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DiGiuseppi Appointed Lake Saint Louis Chief of Police

Chris Digiuseppi

Lake Saint Louis Police Captain Chris Digiuseppi has been appointed Chief of Police for the City of Lake Saint Louis upon the retirement of Chief Michael Force.

DiGiuseppi has been a police officer for 24 years, and has served as Lake Saint Louis’ Assistant Chief for seventeen years. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Lindenwood University.

“The Board of Aldermen and I are very pleased with the selection of Captain Chris Digiuseppi as our Chief of Police for Lake Saint Louis,” said Mayor Kathy Schweikert in a press release issued today. “Captain Digiuseppi has worked closely with Chief Force for many years with the same principles and professionalism, as well as having that close contact with our residents.

“He is the perfect fit for the position and will ensure a seamless transition for the officers and the residents,” Schweikert said.

The city will be honoring Chief Michael Force for his 25 years of service as Chief of Police on July 30 at Boulevard Park. There will be live music and food trucks from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Force will speak at 3 p.m.

Digiuseppi will assume the duties of police chief on August 11.

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1 Comment

  1. Hello Chris, Would love to catch up on news and exchange good wishes with you. Just picked up this information from the internet. Sending a late Congratulations on Chief appointment. Hope all is going well back your way. We are residents of Indianapolis,Ind. Miss everybody back in LSL. All is well for us (as best can be expected at age 88). But still doing my best. JLW

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