Pierce County Sheriff Forum
Oct 15, 2020
Cyndie Fajardo and Ed Troyer
Pierce County Sheriff Forum

A native New Yorker, Cyndie Fajardo started her law enforcement career in Colorado in 1984. She has been with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department for over 32 years and is currently in charge of the Mountain and Foothills Detachments which cover over 1400 square miles! She has served in patrol, search and rescue, contact cities, special investigations and as the Chief of the Town of Steilacoom. Cyndie is a Task Force Leader for the Washington State Urban Search and Rescue -FEMA trams as well as serving on FEMA’s National Incident Command Team. She has responded to events all over the Nation include 9-11/ World Trade Center, Columbia Shuttle Disaster, Hurricane Katrina, and the OSO Landslide. Cyndie had the honor of being nominated and selected to attend the FBI- National Academy which she graduated in 2003. Cyndie and her husband have 2 grown children and 1 grandson and live on their farm in Roy.

Ed Troyer has worked for the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department for over 35 years. He started with the department when he was 22 years old, working graveyard patrol in Lakewood, University Place and the Key Peninsula. He also served with the narcotics unit and a federal gang task force. He was promoted to detective and later named the chief spokesman for the department, a position he has held for 19 years. Ed also served as executive director of CrimeStoppers for 17 years and as a commissioner with the Washington State Gambling Commission for 5 years. He coordinated the Toys for Tots program for 12 years. Ed also works as an instructor for the Foster Parents Association of Washington State, an organization close to his heart since he and his wife adopted three children from the foster system. ‚Äč