Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Fort Thomas Detective Wins Outstanding Officer Award

Rowland and Noe. Provided. 
Fort Thomas Detective, Adam Noe, has won the "Outstanding Police Officer Award" from the Campbell County Rotary.

Once a year in May, the Rotary honors one police officer in the county. Now was nominated by a fellow detective at the Fort Thomas Police Department, Michael E. Rowland.

"Detective Noe is committed to following cases through to a successful closure. He sets a great example through his work ethic, and drive to make sure no case is forgotten.  Above and beyond being a police officer, he is also active in his church and community.  Additionally, Detective Noe knows that family comes first and is always available to coach his children in sports as well as help his parents when they need something," stated a release to Fort Thomas Matters.

"The Campbell County Rotary members would like to thank Detective Noe for his commitment to our community.  We would also like to extend that thanks to all local law enforcement for working tirelessly to keep the Campbell County area a great place to live." 


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If you would like to learn more about the Campbell County Rotary, please feel free to join us at a meeting or contact Scott Johnson, President at developmentdirector@fuse.net.

The group meets at noon twice a month, on the 2nd Wednesday at Skyline on Martha Layne Collins Blvd, and the 4th Wednesday at the Cold Spring Larosa’s on Alexandria Pike.

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