FTPD promotes corporal and officer

Date: November 18, 2017

The Ferguson Township Police Department (FTPD) on Thursday, November 16, promoted Corporal Sergeant Brian Rose takes the oath of office.
Brian Rose to Sergeant and Officer Eric Albright to Corporal. Both took the oath of office at a swearing in
by Magisterial District Judge Kelley Gillette-Walker.
Sergeant Rose, who has been with the FTPD since 2007, was promoted to Corporal in 2011. He earned
a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Mount Aloysius College, served in the United States
Army as a crewman on a M1A1 Abrams Tank, and started his law enforcement career with the Penn State
Police in 2003.  

He chairs the FTPD Safety Committee, organizes physical agility testing for police applicants, manages
the Field Training Program, and served as the department's liaison with the police academy.

He has arrested more than 285 impaired drivers.

Sergeant Rose graduated from Central High School in Martinsburg, PA.

Corporal Albright started with the FTPD in 2011. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration
of Justice from Penn State University and began his law enforcement career at the Centre County Sheriff’s Corporal Eric Albright takes the oath of office.
As a sheriff's deputy, Corporal Albright managed 1,500 active bench warrants; tracked and verified license
compliance of firearms dealers in Centre County; served as DARE instructor for the Penns Valley School
District, and was a Handler K-9 trained in explosives detection.

For the FTPD, he serves as a child safety seat inspector, “Active Shooter” instructor who provides
training to organizations on active shooter situations, and as a JTAC who manages the department'sCpl Eric Albright, Chief Chris Albright and Sgt Brian Rose
usage of confidential local, state and federal information databases. Corporal Albright verifies that the
FTPD meets training, security, retention and usage guidelines through ongoing audits.

Sergeant Rose and Corporal Albright assisted with the recent identification of the robbery/bomb threat

In September, Corporal Albright and Officer Plunkett responded to a medical emergency involving
a 43-year-old woman who had overdosed on heroin. The officers administered Narcan and saved the
woman’s life.

Cpl Eric Albright, Township Mgr Dave Pribulka and Sgt Brian Rose