Trooper Brad Arterburn
Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police
Post 5, Campbellsburg
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Nineteen Graduate from Post 5 KSP Citizens' Police Academy
Date of News Release: 05/16/2011
(Smithfield, Ky.) -- Citizens from Oldham, Henry, Trimble, and Carroll counties have recently completed the KSP Citizens' Police Academy at Post 5 located in Campbellsburg. Nineteen people graduated on April 25, 2011 from the public outreach program at a ceremony and dinner held at Our Best restaurant located in Henry County. The twelve week program consisted of classes covering a wide variety of KSP operations. Ride-alongs and informative presentations covering such topics as crime scene investigation, forensic labs, and special operations are just a few of the opportunities the participants received. While the program is not intended to turn citizens into law enforcement officers, it provided participants the opportunity to become a better informed member of their community and understand the actual role of the State Police.
|2011 Citizens' Police Academy Graduates|
|Brittany Belcher||Gloria Belcher||Marilyn Brent|
|Tami Carrico||McKenzie Combs||Angela Dermon|
|Regina Heightchew||Corrina Hooker||Natashia Jackson|
|Tom Jackson||James Long||Charmaine McClure|
|Boyd Melvin||Tommy Melvin||Jim Powell|
|Dawn Shuler||Mark Shuler||Faith Stark|
The next Citizens' Police Academy at Post 5 will begin Spring of 2012. Citizens interested in participating in a future Citizens' Police Academy should contact Senior Trooper Michael Webb at (502) 532-6363 to apply.