Meet Our Team

Greg Wahl

Adjunct Faculty

Department: Arts & Sciences

Office Location: Lancaster

After graduating High School, Greg served 4 years in the US Coast Guard.  While in the Coast Guard, he was involved in Federal Law Enforcement, search and rescue operations, enforcement of fishing regulations, US Customs enforcement and drug interdiction.

In 1985, he started his local law enforcement career with the East Donegal Township Police and Marietta Borough Police.

In 1986, he was hired by the Mount Joy Township Police Department.  In 2003, the Mount Joy Township merged with the West Donegal Township Police Department and became the Northwest Regional Police Department.  He retired from the Northwest Regional Police Department in 2013.  During his time with the police department he was a patrol officer most of his career.  The Northwest Regional Police Department did not have a detective.  He investigated many crimes, such as homicide, Rape, Burglary, thefts and various sexual abuse cases.  He specialized in Accident Reconstructionist and Child Abuse Investigations. He taught DARE and other crime prevention programs.

In 1986 he became a Pennsylvania State Constable, where he has transported prisoners, served arrest warrants and civil actions.  He continues to perform the duties as a Pennsylvania State Constable.

In 2013 he was hired by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office where he now specializes in Digital Forensics. He is also the supervisor of the Lancaster County CRASH team.

He has attended and is a member of the Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church since 1968.  From 1986 to about 2011 he worked with the Jr. High and Sr. High Youth at the Elizabethtown Brethren In Christ Church.

His wife Pam, and he have been married since 1984 and they have two adult children.  His oldest son works as a US Capitol Police Officer.  His younger son works in accounting and business management.

He and his wife and enjoy camping in Pennsylvania and surrounding states with their RV. They belong to a camping group and enjoy fellowship as they travel to many different campgrounds.


“I believe being in law enforcement/criminal justice is about helping people through difficult times while showing Godly respect for all the people I meet and deal with.” – Mr. Wahl