North Aurora department promotes two officers to deputy chief positions
Beacon-News staff September 14, 2012 6:02PM
Updated: October 17, 2012 6:30AM
NORTH AURORA — Two longtime North Aurora police officers have been promoted to deputy chief.
Scott Buziecki, who had been a lieutenant, and David Fisher, who had been a sergeant, were both recently promoted.
Buziecki will head the patrol division and community policing. The 16-year veteran will oversee the three patrol sergeants and also be responsible for critical incident preparation and public information.
Buziecki held the rank of lieutenant for the past seven years, and was in charge of patrol, investigations, records, property/evidence and training. He has a bachelor’s degree in English from Eastern Illinois University and a master’s in management and organizational behavior from Benedictine University.
Fisher now heads the administration division and is responsible for investigations, records, property/evidence and training. The 20-year veteran directly oversees the investigations and administration sergeants and is also responsible for facility maintenance and security.
Fisher had been the day shift patrol sergeant for the past three years. He has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Aurora University and a master’s degree in management from National-Louis University.
The department also announced that Sgt. Joe DeLeo, who oversees records, training, and property/evidence, will be reassigned to oversee investigations and administration. Sgt. Steve Van Loan, who has been an investigations sergeant for seven years, will be reassigned to the patrol division.