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Five New Mansfield Police Officers Sworn In

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 8/14/2013

Five new Mansfield Police Officers were sworn-in Wednesday. The recruits are Shane Gess, Michael Haines, Charles Hamilton, James Reed, and Paul Webb, who's the son of retired Mansfield firefighter Paul and retired police captain Michelle Webb. Safety-Service Director Lori Cope administered the oath of office. The hirings increase the Mansfield police force from 71 to 76, although the active force remains at 71 with several officers either on military service or medical leave due to injury. Gess and Reed start their department field training, while the others must first go to the state police academy.

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