At the July 19 Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors meeting, Jeremy Bonner was sworn in as a police officer of the township.
The ceremony took place before the board and was officiated by District Justice James Gallagher.
Prior to taking the oath, Don Thomas, board of supervisors vice-chairman, provided introduction remarks.
According to Thomas, Bonner is a 2001 graduate of North Penn High School. He graduated from West Chester University (WCU) in December 2004 with a degree in Criminal Justice. At WCU, Bonner served an internship with the Montgomery Township Police Department.
Bonner then went on to graduate from the Montgomery County Police Academy in 2008. The following year, Bonner became a tele-communicator for Montgomery County Public Safety. He also served as a part-time police officer in North Wales Borough since 2010.
After taking the oath, Bonner provided his own remarks.
“I’m very honored to coming on board and joining the department,” Bonner said. “I look forward to meeting my new co-workers and joining the team.”