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Post 1 - Mayfield

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An image of Captain Charles White
Kentucky State Police Post 1 located in Mayfield is under the command of Captain Charles White. Captain White was appointed Post 1 commander in October of 2017.

 



KSP Post 1 Welcomes New Troopers

Trooper James “Bryan” Luckett and Trooper Jay D. Dunn Trooper James “Bryan” Luckett and Trooper Jay D. Dunn Trooper James “Bryan” Luckett and Trooper Jay D. Dunn


HICKORY, Ky.(August 11, 2017) – K.S.P. Post 1 welcomes two new troopers. Trooper James “Bryan” Luckett and Trooper Jay D. Dunn were among the 41 troopers who graduated today from the KSP Academy in Frankfort.

Trooper Luckett is a resident of Jefferson County, but will be relocating to the Post 1 area. Trooper Dunn is a resident of Graves County. Both new troopers have prior law enforcement experience.

Both troopers will be assigned to Post 1’s western squad, which includes the counties of Fulton, Hickman, Carlisle, Ballard, and Graves. Their first official duties at Post 1 will be assisting with security surrounding the upcoming solar eclipse.

 



KSP Post 1 to Host Trooper Island Golf Tournament

KSP Post 1 to Host Trooper Island Golf Tournament KSP Post 1 to Host Trooper Island Golf Tournament


WHAT: Scott Lathram Memorial Trooper Island Golf Scramble, with silent auction. All proceeds go to Trooper Island

WHEN: Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

WHERE: Miller Memorial Golf Course, 2814 Pottertown Road, Murray

WHERE: All golfers are invited to play. Donations are also accepted by contacting Tpr. Jody Cash at 270-356-6264.

WHERE: Trooper Island is a non-profit summer camp for underprivileged kids. Each summer, 700-800 underprivileged children attend the free summer camp, which is operated solely from private donations.

For entry information, click here

 



KSP Post 1 Honors Fallen Troopers

moment of silencer moment of silence


MAYFIELD, Ky. (May 15, 2017) –Kentucky State Police Post 1 held memorial services at two locations in Graves County as part of National Police Officer Memorial Day. National Police Officer Memorial Day was designated by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 to be observed annually on May 15th. As part of this day of remembrance, KSP Post 1 Troopers and civilian staff gathered to place wreaths at the memorial outside of KSP Post 1 in Graves County. The memorial contains the names of the two Troopers who died in the line of duty in the Post 1 area.

Trooper Eric K. Chrisman, age 23, was fatally injured on June 23, 2015 in a vehicle collision while en route to a reckless driving complaint on US 62 in Livingston County. Upon receiving his commission as a Trooper, he was assigned to Post 1, Mayfield, where his death came only six months into his career. Trooper Chrisman is buried in Sand Spring Baptist Cemetery in Anderson County. In honor of his service and sacrifice, KY 326 in Anderson County has been designated the “Trooper Eric K. Chrisman Memorial Highway”.

Trooper Joseph ‘Cameron’ Ponder, age31, was fatally shot on September 13, 2015 while conducting a traffic stop on Interstate 24 in Lyon County. Upon receiving his commission as a Trooper, he was assigned to Post 1, Mayfield, where his death came only nine months into his career. Trooper Ponder is buried at Kentucky Veteran’s Cemetery in Ft. Knox, KY. In honor of his service and sacrifice, Interstate 24 in Lyon County, from the Caldwell County line to its intersection with Kentucky Route 293, is designated as the “Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder Memorial Highway”.

KSP Post 1 Troopers then traveled to Mayfield Memory Gardens to place a wreath at the gravesite of Trooper James W. McNeely.

Trooper James W. McNeely, age 37, drowned April 8, 1972 while on a flood rescue mission in Franklin County. His death came one day after his sixteenth anniversary of joining the Kentucky State Police. Trooper McNeely and KSP Water Patrol Officer David C. Childs died when the boat in which they were riding was swept over the dam at Lock 4 in Frankfort. Trooper McNeely’s body was never found. The two canoeists for whom the officers were searching were later found safe. Trooper McNeely was assigned to Post 12 Frankfort. Trooper McNeely was survived by his wife and three children. His memorial in in Wingo, KY. In honor of his service and sacrifice, a five mile stretch of KY 339 in Graves County has been designated the “Trooper James W. McNeely Memorial Highway”.

The week of May 14-20, 2017 has been declared National Police Week by President Donald J. Trump. During this, several services and other activities are held in Washington, D.C. KSP Post 1 has Troopers attending those services in Washington, D.C. throughout this week of remembrance.

 



Kentucky State Police Announce Civilian Employee Awards - Three from Post 1 Honored

Left - Cathy Meade Administrative Specialist III, Center - Gary Fraser, Criminal Intelligence Analyst II, Right - Cammie Beasley, Police Telecommunications Supervisor Left - Cathy Meade Administrative Specialist III, Center - Gary Fraser, Criminal Intelligence Analyst II, Right - Cammie Beasley, Police Telecommunications Supervisor


Hickory, Ky. (Oct. 12, 2016) - Twenty-four civilian employees were honored on October 12, 2016 by the Kentucky State Police at a ceremony highlighting their performance and public service during the past year.

These individuals include three honorees from KSP Post 1:

  • Clerical Support Service Award
  • Cathy Meade Administrative Specialist III, Post 1-Mayfield

  • Police Communications Support Award
  • Cammie Beasley, Police Telecommunications Supervisor, Post 1-Mayfield

  • Operational Support Award
  • Gary Fraser, Criminal Intelligence Analyst II, Post 1- Mayfield

"Each of these employees is essential to the day to day operation of our post. Our troopers on the road as well as all of our other sworn staff could not do their jobs effectively without the hard work and dedication of these three individuals and all the other support staff that we have here at KSP Post 1." said Tpr. Michael Robichaud, KSP Post 1 Public Affairs Officer.

 

 

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