WARSAW – After 23 years of service with the Warsaw Police Department, Sergeant Gregory M. Oberlin is retiring effective May 30.
Oberlin is a 1985 graduate of Ball State University, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He began his career with WPD on Jan. 4, 1997, and graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in March 1998.
During his time with WPD, Oberlin served as a patrol officer until being promoted to Corporal in January 2009 and then to Sergeant in November 2009. In March 2010, Oberlin was assigned to the Detective Division until returning to the Patrol Division in June 2012, as the third shift Sergeant and shift commander.
He served as WPD’s Citizen Academy Coordinator from 2000-2018. Sergeant Oberlin has been assigned to Warsaw Community Schools as a School Resource Officer for the past 6 years.
“I would like to personally thank Sgt. Oberlin for his 23 years of service to the Warsaw Police Department and the Warsaw Community. It is unfortunate that we are unable to celebrate his retirement with his family and the community at this time. On behalf of WPD, I would like to wish Greg the best of luck with his future endeavors. He will undoubtedly be successful in whatever it is he chooses to pursue.” said Police Chief Scott D. Whitaker.