The Mountain View Police Department is thrilled to announce the promotion of three of our officers!
Dan Frohlich and Saul Jaeger have both been promoted to the rank of lieutenant, and Wahed Magee has been promoted to the rank of sergeant. All three of their promotions became effective Monday, and as you can see by their smiling faces, they are excited for their new responsibilities and further serving the Mountain View community!
Lt. Frohlich has been with MVPD for more than 16 years. During his time here, he has served as a patrol officer, as a field training officer and as a financial crimes detective, among other assignments. Promoted to police sergeant in 2010, he served in various roles in the department, including working as a patrol sergeant and working in the Professional Standards unit. Lt. Frohlich is a graduate of San Jose State University as well as a graduate of the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Supervisory, Command and Executive Leadership Institutes. In his new role, Lt. Frohlich will oversee Professional Standards, Personnel and Training, Neighborhood and Event Services and Property and Evidence. In his spare time, Lt. Frohlich said he really enjoys snow skiing.
Lt. Jaeger started with MVPD in 2003, and has served in the private sector as well as in the U.S. Army. While with MVPD, he has been a patrol officer and a field training officer, among other assignments. Promoted to sergeant in 2012, he most recently oversaw the Traffic Unit. Other assignments during his time here have included Crisis Negotiations, Peer Counseling and Recruitment. Lt. Jaeger holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Phoenix and earned his Master’s degree from California State University, Long Beach. He is also a graduate of Leadership Mountain View and is currently working to complete the POST Supervisory Leadership Institute. In his new role, Lt. Jaeger will oversee Field Operations as well as the Traffic Unit. Outside of work, Lt. Jaeger enjoys spending time with his kids and pets (he owns dogs and reptiles), riding motorcycles and flying small planes.
Sgt. Magee started at MVPD in 2006 as a reserve police officer before quickly being hired on full-time. He has been worked as a patrol officer and as a detective in the department’s Crime Suppression Unit, among other assignments. He has also served on the Special Weapons and Tactics team and worked in the Field Training Officer program. He is a graduate of Washington State University. In his new role, Sgt. Magee will oversee a patrol unit. When he’s not at work, Sgt. Magee likes to spend time with his wife, Ashley, and their 9-month-old son, Maximus.
Please join us in congratulating these officers on their hard work!