TKPD Patrol Division
The Road Patrol is easily the most visible division within the department,
as it encompasses all uniform officers that patrol the streets of Kalamazoo
Township. It consists of 21 officers who enforce traffic laws, deter
criminal activity, and respond to police service calls.
Officers are scheduled to either 8 or 10-hour shifts and supply 24-hour
police coverage. Each of the four shifts; mid-nights, days, and 2 afternoon
shifts are supervised by a shift sergeant.
Lieutenant Bryan Ergang
Lt. Ergang began his law enforcement career at TKPD in 1995. After
serving as a Patrol Officer for 8 years, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant
in 2003. In addition to his Road Patrol shift, he supervised the
Community Policing Unit as well as the TKPD Dispatchers before being
promoted to Patrol Lieutenant in 2008. Within the department, Lt. Ergang
has also served as a Defensive Tactics instructor and a Field Training
Lt. Ergang has earned an Associate’s Degree from Grand Rapids
Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree from Siena Heights College, and
is currently earning his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from
Western Michigan University.