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Effective April 22, 2019, Lieutenant Colonel Troy Doyle will serve as Interim Director of St. Louis County Justice Services, overseeing the operations at the St. Louis County Justice Center. Justice Services will continue to function as an independent agency.

“Lieutenant Colonel Troy Doyle will be a tremendous leader during the time he spends at St. Louis County Justice Services,” said Chief Jon Belmar. “He brings with him a strong resume built over 30 years of service and skill set to lead the organization and its capable staff into the future.”

“I intend on evaluating the operations of St. Louis County Justice Services and enhancing performance anywhere possible,” said Lieutenant Colonel Doyle. “Learning and listening are among my first priorities.”

Lieutenant Colonel Doyle’s career in law enforcement spans nearly 30 years. He has served in investigative, supervisory, and command level positions in all facets of policing. He is currently the Division Commander for Special Operations. Lieutenant Colonel Doyle is a graduate of the FBI- National Academy and Senior Management Institute of Police (SMIP). He has also served as the interim Chief of Police for a local municipality, where he was an agent of change and successfully implemented policies and practices to move the organization in a new direction.

During Lieutenant Colonel Doyle’s detachment, Captain Gerald Lohr will serve as the Commander of the Division of Special Operations.











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