Chief Christopher Workman
Christopher Workman is the Chief of Police for the Cheswold Police Department in the State of Delaware, who currently holds an Associates of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science with an Institutional Certificate in Leadership and Emotional Intelligence.
Chief Workman began his law enforcement career as a part time police officer, in March 1999, for the Parkside Police Department in Parkside, Pennsylvania while working as a full-time firefighter for the City of Chester Fire Department. During that time, he began his law enforcement journey by taking all the training afforded to him as a part time officer and decided to move to a full-time position in law enforcement in Sept 2002 when he accepted a position as a patrol officer with the Elsmere Bureau of Police in Elsmere, DE. In March 2013, Chief Workman was named as the Police Chief for the Town of Cheswold, DE.
With one police officer and an emphasis on training, he was introduced to the FBI-LEEDA Leadership workshops, completed the Trilogy and became a member of FBI-LEEDA in 2015. Since then, the Cheswold Police Department has evolved into a full-time, 24/365 department. Chief Workman is a certified instructor for the Delaware Council on Police Training, member of IACP, IACP Small Department Section, Alumni of the National Law Enforcement Leadership on Violence against Women (Nov. 2010), Board Member Delaware Association of Chiefs of Police, 1st Vice Chair for the Delaware Police Chiefs Foundation and was elected to the Board of FBI-LEEDA in April 2022.