TFC Jay Thomas
Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police
Post 1, Mayfield
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Four New Troopers Report to KSP Post 1
Date of News Release: 11/08/2011
(Hickory, KY) – The Kentucky State Police in Mayfield would like to welcome four new troopers to the staff of Post 1. On Sunday, October 30th, the Kentucky State Police graduated 60 troopers at a ceremony in Frankfort. Monday, November 7th, marked the first day to work for the units assigned to the Commonwealth's western most State Police post.
- Jody Cash, 34 of Murray, is a graduate of Caldwell County High School and Murray State University. Trooper Cash has 12 years of law enforcement experience prior to joining the Kentucky State Police. He previously was employed by the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office and the Murray State University Police. Cash, who was the valedictorian of Kentucky State Police Class 89, will be assigned to Graves County.
- Mike Robichaud, 31 of Louisville, is a graduate of Pleasure Ridge Park High School (Louisville) and Asbury College. Trooper Robichaud was the salutatorian of Kentucky State Police Class 89. He will be assigned to Graves County.
- David Dick, 26 of Mayfield, is a graduate of Mayfield High School and Murray State University. Trooper Dick will be assigned to Calloway County.
- Brian Hill, 22 of Jamestown, is a graduate of Russell County High School and the University of Kentucky. Trooper Hill will be assigned to Graves County.
Each of the new troopers will spend eight weeks with a field training officer. At the conclusion of the field training period, each will be released to work in their respective assignments. The addition of the new troopers brings the sworn manpower of the Mayfield post to 47 troopers.