Congratulations to Chaska Police Capt. Rob Stock on his Retirement
The City of Chaska would like to take this opportunity to offer our sincere thanks to Police Captain Rob Stock on his 25 years of service. On Friday, May 29th, Capt. Stock will be retiring from the Chaska Police Department.
Capt. Stock is a native of Cannon Falls, Minnesota and began his law enforcement career as an officer in the city of Garden City, Kansas in 1988. In 1990 he joined the Chaska Police Department. During his years with the Chaska Police Department, Capt. Stock has made a significant impact on the department. He served in a number of roles, including patrol officer, investigator, police fire arms instructor, police field training officer, representative to the Carver County Sheriff’s SWAT and SERT units, representative to the Metro Region Peer Counseling/Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team, and as representative to the Carver County Justice Advisory Team. He also served as the acting Chief of Police during Chief Scott Knight’s 2014-2015 medical leave.
Throughout the years he worked his way up through the ranks, serving as a role model and setting high standards for those who followed. He has excelled as a member of the senior command staff helping to lead and guide the Police Department in day-to-day operations. Capt. Stock has been an integral part of maintaining the professional standards of the Chaska Police Department. He has also received numerous letters of recommendation and commendations throughout the course of his career.
We wish Capt. Stock the best of luck during his retirement and encourage all residents to thank him for his service. A reception will be held at the Chaska Legion on Friday, May 29 from 4:30 to 10:00 pm. Everyone is welcome.