Chief Matt Immler
Chief Immler began his law enforcement career in 1974 when he joined the Baltimore Police Department. After serving in one of the city's busiest patrol districts as both a Foot Patrol and Motor Officer, he was assigned to the Department's Tactical Operations Section and was an original member of the agency's elite Quick Response Team. Chief Immler advanced to the rank of Lieutenant and served in various assignments throughout the agency including Assistant Director of the Police Academy and Operations Commander in one of the nine Baltimore Police Districts. Chief Immler received numerous Department Awards including the Silver and Bronze Stars. During most of his career in Baltimore, Chief Immler attended night school and graduated, with honors, from the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. Continuing on, Chief Immler also graduated from the prestigious John Hopkins University with a Master's Degree in Liberal Arts. In 1987, Chief Immler was accepted into the evening program at the University of Baltimore School of Law and was awarded a Juris Doctorate degree in 1991. After retiring from the Baltimore Police Department, Chief Immler practiced law representing police officers in disciplinary matters, labor issues and collective bargaining. He is currently a licensed attorney in Florida and Maryland. Chief Immler was appointed as Assistant Chief of Police with the Boynton Beach Department in 1999. Chief Immler was tasked with guiding the police department through the State Accreditation Program and in 2001 the Boynton Beach Police Department became the 84th State Accredited Police Department in Florida.
On September 2, 2005, Chief Immler was sworn in as The City of Boynton Beach's 30th Police Chief.