Patrolman First Class Noah Glaeser has been employed with the Georgetown Police Department since March of 2012.
Patrolman Glaeser has been a sworn police officer in the State of Delaware since January of 2006 and began the Delaware State Police Academy in September of 2005. Patrolman Glaeser started his career in Law Enforcement in 2003 when he was hired with the Delaware State Police as a Cadet. Patrolman Glaeser also served as a seasonal patrol officer for the Dewey Beach Police Department.
Patrolman Glaeser has worked with the Milton Police Department and the Laurel Police Department. Patrolman Glaeser is currently assigned to Patrol where he is responsible, along with other patrol officers, for a long list of duties including, but not limited to, responding to emergency calls for service and enforcing the criminal and traffic laws of the State of Delaware.
Patrolman Glaeser is also a member of the Emergency Response Team. Patrolman Glaeser attended and completed a Basic Swat course conducted by the Delaware County Swat Team in Pennsylvania as well as an advanced Swat course conducted by the Government Training Institute.