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Two New Officers Hired By Shelby Police Department

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 2/11/2013

The new recruits were sworn-in Friday and are starting their training.

One of the new recruits is 26-year-old Timothy Scott, a 2005 Madison Comprehensive High School graduate, and a graduate of the North-Central State College police academy.

He previously worked as a part-time officer in Lexington, and says he looks forward to a long career of serving and protecting the citizens of Shelby.

Field Training Officer Sgt. David Mack says the new officers will go through a 12-week training program covering all aspects of the Shelby Police Department's operations, policies, and procedures.

The other newly-hired officer is David Barnhart, who previously worked as an auxiliary Shelby officers.  He's assigned to the overnight shift.     

   
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