Andy Solberg '78 While waiting for a morning meeting to begin in the Joint Operations Command Center at police headquarters, Solberg radios officers in his district about a possible man with a gun in a hotel room. Photo: Greg Kahn.

The Unconventional Cop

Andy Solberg ’78 is a D.C. police commander with a master’s in philosophy who would rather be out on the street than behind a desk, thinks police work can be informed by Aristotle’s ethics, and believes, “We arrest way too many people, and we shouldn’t.”

Read “The Unconventional Cop” in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Haverford magazine »