Manheim Township announces the retirement of Detective Lee Billiter and CA Glenda Billiter.

On Friday, April 29, 2022, MTPD saw the end of a combined 62 years of service to the citizens of Manheim Township.

CA Glenda Billiter was hired in 1986 as a civilian records clerk.  She held this position until her retirement.  During her tenure, she has received numerous letters of appreciation, notes of thanks, and other departmental recognitions.  She received a team letter of commendation for the effort she put into a 2001 Homicide investigation.  Before the convenience of the computer databases that we have today, CA Billiter helped to search through police records, and prepare copies to be delivered to the crime scene on Aster Ln.

CA Billiter was selected as Civilian of the Year in 2004 and 2010. 

She retired with 36 years of service to Manheim Township.

Detective Lee Billiter was hired in 1996 as a police officer.  He worked in the patrol division as a patrolman and eventually was appointed as a shift OIC.  In 2008 Detective Billiter because the department's first K-9 handler and served with his partner Ruger until 2017. Part of his partnership with Ruger was spent on the department’s Selective Enforcement Unit, which specialized in investigating drug and other nefarious activities.  

In 2017 Detective Billiter was transferred to the department’s Criminal Investigative Division where he served until this past Friday. 

During his career Detective Billiter has received numerous awards for his actions.  He received the Chief’s Award in 1997 & 1998, Life-Saving in 2000, Meritorious Service in 2001, and Distinguished Service in 2001, 2012, and 2018.

He retired with 26 years of service to Manheim Township.

MEDIA POST CONTACT: Sergeant Barry E. Waltz, Jr., W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1505,

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