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Solebury Township Police welcome their first female officers

(L to R) Officer Ferzetti, Police Chief Bellizzie, Officer Klosterman, and the Honorable Maggie Snow

Gina Ferzetti and Megan Klosterman were sworn in as Solebury Township police officers by Magisterial District Judge Maggie Snow before the Solebury Board of Supervisors at their public meeting Tuesday evening.

“I’m proud to welcome Solebury Township’s first female officers,” said Solebury Chief of Police Dominick Bellizzie. “I believe their addition and the diversity it brings will be an asset to not only the police department, but to the community as well.”

Originally from Ridley, Gina Ferzetti graduated Ridley High School in 2013. Ferzetti completed her Act 120 Certification at Delaware County Community College Police Academy, graduating in 2015.

Officer Gina Ferzetti is sworn in

She started her law enforcement career at Bethel Township Police Department in Delaware County in early 2016 as a part time police officer, and took a full-time position at Temple University Police Department later that year.

Officer Ferzetti has been employed as a part time police officer with Solebury Township since February 2018.

Officer Megan Klosterman takes the oath

Megan Klosterman is a native of Upper Dublin, and attended Upper Dublin High School, graduating in 2013. She went on to Penn State, where she graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice in 2015. Klosterman completed her Act 120 Certification at Temple Police Academy.

She is a certified firefighter, vehicle rescue technician and emergency medical technician with the Fort Washington Fire Company.

 Officer Klosterman has been employed as a part time police officer with Solebury Township since October 2017.

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