Robert Levins

Stone Harbor

After  graduating from High School in 1962, I joined the United States Marine Core Reserve, and served for 8 years. In 1964, I joined the Philadelphia Police Department and served in that capacity until 1995 when I retired. While in the police department I served as a patrolman, investigator, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and inspector. In these positions I served in every area in the city and also in every area of the police department. I received numerous awards in the  police department, most notably a award for heroism (1985), and bravery for actions taken while  arresting an armed  felon (1993).

After leaving the police department, I accepted the position of Director of Security and Safety at LaSalle University in which I served from 1995-2003. In this capacity I oversaw a security department of 70 officers and staff. I was responsible for hiring, training, budgeting, purchasing, program developments, security  training classes, transportation system and community coordination. My educational background consists of a Degree from LaSalle University with a (BA). I also am a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA in 1993.

Since residing in Stone Harbor  in 2003, I have been involved in numerous organizations including:

  • served as a trustee for the Realty Owners  Association;
  • served as a Committee person and Assistant Leader: Cape May County Republican Organization;
  • volunteer in the Stone Harbor Museum serving as a docent and as a board member;
  • serving as an officer in The American Legion Post 331.