Animal Cruelty Investigator Liz Roehrich is a state certified Animal Control Officer employed by the Boynton Beach Police Department since 1993. Roehrich is a graduate of the Palm Beach Community College Police Auxiliary Academy and the University of Missouri-Columbia Law Enforcement Training Institute’s National Cruelty Investigations School, Level I, II and II, making Roehrich a nationally certified animal cruelty investigator.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Roehrich began her career with animals in New Smyrna Beach, Florida at the age of 19. Roehrich has a total of 28 years of experience in the animal care and control field and has made it her mission to ensure the humane treatment and responsible ownership of animals within our city.
Roehrich was the recipient of the Boynton Beach Police Department’s Civilian of the Year award in 2007 and 2013, and the prestigious Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police Support Services Person of the Year award in 2007. Roehrich has a passion for animal welfare and strongly believes all living beings should be treated with kindness and respect.