LEBANON, Pa. — 

Lebanon City Police Chief Todd Breiner formally retired after approximately three decades of service to the Lebanon Police Department. 

Police Captain Bret Fisher has been appointed as the department’s acting chief until the city government can formally conduct an interview process to fill the position. 

Breiner, who originally joined the force as a patrol officer before becoming a detective, lieutenant, and captain, has served as the city’s chief of police since 2016. 

Although he qualified to retire with his pension at the beginning of 2021, Breiner entered into Pennsylvania’s Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), which allowed him to continue working without adding to the years of service for his pension. Police Chief Breiner’s last day of service was Monday, Oct. 17

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