The Bureau of Enforcement is made up of more than 1,000 commissioned officers and civilian employees. It includes the six police districts, district detectives, Crime Analysis Unit, Housing Unit and Police Officers assigned to the Circuit Attorney’s office as investigators.
Major Kenneth Kegel
Major Kenneth Kegel joined the Metropolitan Police Department as a Police Officer on November 5, 1980. After graduating the Police Academy he was assigned to the Fourth District. As an officer he also served in the Fifth District Detective Bureau and Mobile Reserve Unit.
Major Kegel was promoted to Sergeant on December 19, 1988 and was assigned to the Ninth District and also the Canine Section.
Major Kegel was promoted to Lieutenant on July 6, 1993 and was assigned to the Fourth District. As Lieutenant he also served in the Communications Division, Third District, Fifth District, Central Patrol Division, Ninth District, Prisoner Processing Division, Crime Suppression Unit and the Violent Offenders Unit.
Major Kegel was promoted to Captain on June 16, 2010 and was assigned to Command the Fourth District and Sixth District.
Major Kegel was promoted to Major on September 30, 2015 and was assigned to the Bureau of Enforcement as the Commander.
Major Kegel has received 5 Chief Letter of Commendation during his career.
Major Kegel as an Associate degree in Criminal Justice from Florissant Valley Community College. He received a Certificate of Achievement in Criminal Justice from University of Virginia. He also graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2002.