Command Staff


Lieutenant Brubaker was hired by East Hempfield Township. in August 2000.  She began and continues her career in the patrol division.  While a patrol officer, she served as a Field Training Officer, Bike Officer , was a member of the Lancaster County Auto Theft Task Force, the Lancaster County DUI Task Force, Crisis Intervention Team and was a hostage negotiator for the Special Emergency Response Team.  Lieutenant Brubaker was promoted to Sergeant in January 2013 where she supervised a platoon and the departments K-9 unit.  In August 2014, she was promoted to Patrol Lieutenant.     

Lieutenant Brubaker graduated from Cumberland Valley High School and Elizabethtown College.  She holds a B.S. in Business Administration.  Lieutenant Brubaker has attended a number of police leadership and supervisory classes.  While serving as a Patrol Sergeant, her shift received numerous unit citations.  When not working, Lieutenant Brubaker can be found enjoying outdoor activities such as biking, running, hiking, skiing and kayaking with her family.  Lieutenant Brubaker stands behind the department’s mission statement and motto, P.R.I.D.E. in Service.




Lieutenant Pohle was hired by East Hempfield Township in January, 1999 as a Patrol Officer. During his time on patrol Lieutenant Pohle held additional roles as a Field Training Officer, and Evidence Technician. Lieutenant Pohle was promoted to Detective in 2012, and then Sergeant in 2014. Upon his promotion to Sergeant, Lieutenant Pohle supervised the Criminal Investigation Unit of the department. Lieutenant Pohle was promoted to his current position in April, 2020, where he oversees the Support Services Division of the department.

Lieutenant Pohle graduated from Manheim Township High School and York College. He holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice. Lieutenant Pohle is also a trained polygraph examiner. Lieutenant Pohle believes that dedication and accountability are the key attributes of a good police officer.