Sheriff adds four new deputies

Chester County Deputy Sheriff Frank Imparato (center) with Chester County Sheriff Kevin Dykes (right), and Chief Deputy Jason Suydam (left).

Chester County Sheriff Kevin Dykes announced the addition of Frank Imparato as the newest Deputy sworn into the Chester County Sheriff’s Office.

“Deputy Imparato brings a profound dedication to community service and a firm commitment to upholding the values that define the Chester County Sheriff’s Office,” said Sheriff Dykes.  “We welcome Deputy Imparato and anticipate the positive impact he will make in ensuring public safety with integrity and professionalism.”

In a significant move towards enhancing the capabilities of the Chester County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Dykes announced the addition of three individuals who have been chosen to join the office as trainee deputies.  Nicholas Fernandez, Ernesto Pineda, and Angel Chimal Rodriguez will begin comprehensive law enforcement training at the Delaware County Police Academy this month, and upon successful completion of the training in June 2024, will take on the role of sworn deputies within the Chester County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Dykes notes, “We have full confidence in the dedication, skills, and commitment by trainee deputies Fernandez, Pineda, and Rodriguez to upholding the highest standards of law enforcement.

“It is an exciting and proud day for the Chester County Sheriff’s Office with the addition of our newest deputy and trainees.  The Commissioners’ endorsement of paid training for selected deputies is a testament to their understanding of the importance of investing in the Sheriff’s Office capabilities. This initiative ensures that our deputies are equipped with the latest knowledge and skills, ultimately enhancing our ability to provide public safety.”

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