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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Newest Fort Thomas Police Recruit Ranks Number One in Academy Class

Two Officers are Promoted within Department 
City Council welcomed back new Fort Thomas Police Officer Kalin Holland and his son,Titus.

The city of Fort Thomas last saw new Police Officer Kalin Holland in June before he left for the Police Academy. Now he has returned, and he addressed council to talk briefly about his experience.

"It is great to see you all again," said Officer Holland. "It’s been a long journey. I’m glad to be back here in the city and learning its streets."

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He said the academy gave him good preparation for his work ahead. In the classroom, he studied legal issues, but also how to handle hazardous materials and de-escalation tactics for tense situations. He had physical training three days a week as well as training in firearms, defensive tactics and driving skills. The class practiced a wide variety of scenarios and role plays so officers could build confidence and familiarity with a wide variety of situations.

Holland, who was number one in his academy class, said he felt he received top class training at the academy, and he praised his training officers and the program.

Mayor Eric Haas welcomed Officer Holland back to the city and said he is looking forward to working with him.

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In other news, two promotions were signed in by executive order.

Chris Carpenter was promoted to Lieutenant and Adam Noe was promoted to Sargent. 

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