Chief William F. Wiegman, Jr.
William Wiegman Jr. graduated from Father Judge High School, and then went to Penn State University to study business and law enforcement. He took the test to become a Lower Southampton police office a month after he graduated from Penn State in 1973. He was hired by November. Wiegman later attended the FBI National Academy in 1991 and in 2003, upon the departure of Chief of Police Edward “Duke” Donnelly, Wiegman was named Chief of Police. Chief Wiegman retired in 2015 after 42 years with the department.
In addition to the SKD Board of Limited Jurisdiction, Wiegman is a member of the Feasterville Business Association and was named Person of the Year in 2018.
He is also currently serving as president of the board of directors of the Southeastern Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency and is a member of the Feasterville Rotary Club and the Knights of Columbus.
He also is a member of the Bucks County Chiefs of Police Association, the Fraternal Order of Police, is president of the Bucks County Hero Scholarship Fund, and served as past president of the Delaware Valley Association of Professional Police Officials.
He additionally served as vice president of the League of the Sacred Heart, and is a member of the FBI National Academy Associates, Vidocq Society, German American Police Association, Philadelphia Emerald Society and previously held a position as a vice president for the Southeastern PA Chiefs of Police Association.
He has an associates degree in criminal justice from Bucks County Community College, a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Penn State University completed graduate studies through the FBI National Academy at the University of Virginia.