|Fort Thomas Police Chief Casey Kilgore (ctr) congratulates Sergeant Nathan Day. Day's father, George Day, did the honors of pinning on his son's new badge.|
By Robin Gee, City Council Beat Editor
Fort Thomas police personnel Nathan Day and Brent Moening both received promotions and new badges at the September 4 city council meeting.
Day was a detective in the department and has risen to the rank of sergeant, and Moening, who was a sergeant, has earned the rank of lieutenant.
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Day has been with the department for six years and has served as detective. He runs the department property room and manages the department’s website.
"Nathan does a lot for us in terms of information technology. He runs all of our speed surveys, and he has served as a field training officer. So, in just six years he has already touched all the bases. He is doing a great job," said Chief Kilgore.
|Lieutenant Brent Moening receives his new badge from his father, David Moening. Chief Casey Kilgore looks on.|
Moening has served the department for 10 years, the chief said. He has served as a detective, a field training officer and is a certified hostage negotiator.
He is also well versed in information technology and serves as the administrative lieutenant. "If I need help with my computer, my software, Brent runs the show. He’s a great guy to have around, and he very much deserves to rise to the rank of lieutenant," said Kilgore.
The chief said both men are ready and able to help whenever called upon. The fathers of both men did the honors in pinning on their new badges.
Sergeant Nathan Day’s badge number is 4317 and Lieutenant Brent Moening’s badge number is 4212.