Change of leadership in the Traffic Safety Directorate/Special Services Police Department Achim Romig is the new manager

Police President Lammel introduced Achim Romig to his new post.

Police President Lammel introduced Achim Romig to his new post.

South Hesse/Darmstadt (ots) –

There was a change in leadership at the Traffic Safety/Special Services Directorate, which includes the police motorway station, traffic inspection, service dogs, security guards and youth traffic schools at the southern Hesse police headquarters.

Police President Bernhard Lammel officially introduced the former head of the Dieburg police station, Police Councilor Achim Romig, to his new post on April 11 during a staff meeting. He succeeds the now retired police chief Michael Dalfuss.

Achim Romig, who is now 55, began his police career back in 1985. In 1994, he successfully completed his two-year degree for the senior police service. After several management positions in the area of ​​​​the police headquarters in southern Hesse, including as a service group leader, he was given the management of the Mörfelden-Walldorf police station in 2013. Most recently, the police council has headed the police station in Dieburg since October 2019.

Born in Darmstadt, Achim Romig remains true to his homeland. The married father of three adult children lives in the district and knows his way around very well. He likes to spend his free time with his family in the Allgäu or cycling and hiking in the Alps. In addition, the new head of department, as a long-time motorcyclist, is very familiar with an important area of ​​his new job. The road safety of motorcyclists and the reduction of avoidable noise from bikers are particularly important to the Police Council.

Original content from: Police Headquarters South Hesse, transmitted by news aktuell