CPD NEWS
1/18/17
CPD NAMES OFFICER OF THE YEAR
Clinton Police Chief Rick Scarbrough has recognized two members of the department as the 2016 Officer Of The Year.  The awards were presented during the City employee's Christmas luncheon in December.

Detective Sergeant Danielle Alexander
Detective Sergeant Alexander became the departments accreditation manager approximately 1 year ago. While accreditation became her primary focus, she also continues to serve as an investigator. “Sgt. Alexander has proven to be invaluable in our pursuit of accreditation.” Said Chief Scarbrough. “It’s a painstaking and detail driven process. She has received praise from not only the state association members but local evaluators as well.” Added Chief Scarbrough. The process involved meeting scheduled benchmarks while editing existing policies and adding necessary new policies.

The department will receive its accreditation award on February 2nd during a ceremony in Nashville.

Cecil Narramore
While his primary duties are serving as the Animal Control officer, Cecil Narramore performs many duties within the department. He also assures the children of Clinton Elementary and Clinton Middle School are safe at their school crossings. He maintains the department’s seized vehicle lot and assists other officers in a variety of other tasks as needed. “Cecil truly has a servant’s heart and has a great attitude. It’d not uncommon to hear him remind other staff members that we are a family!” said Chief Scarbrough


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1/18/17
CPD NAMES OFFICER OF THE YEAR
Clinton Police Chief Rick Scarbrough has recognized two members of the department as the 2016 Officer Of The Year.  The awards were presented during the City employee's Christmas luncheon in December.

Detective Sergeant Danielle Alexander
Detective Sergeant Alexander became the departments accreditation manager approximately 1 year ago. While accreditation became her primary focus, she also continues to serve as an investigator. “Sgt. Alexander has proven to be invaluable in our pursuit of accreditation.” Said Chief Scarbrough. “It’s a painstaking and detail driven process. She has received praise from not only the state association members but local evaluators as well.” Added Chief Scarbrough. The process involved meeting scheduled benchmarks while editing existing policies and adding necessary new policies.

The department will receive its accreditation award on February 2nd during a ceremony in Nashville.
Cecil Narramore
While his primary duties are serving as the Animal Control officer, Cecil Narramore performs many duties within the department. He also assures the children of Clinton Elementary and Clinton Middle School are safe at their school crossings. He maintains the department’s seized vehicle lot and assists other officers in a variety of other tasks as needed. “Cecil truly has a servant’s heart and has a great attitude. It’d not uncommon to hear him remind other staff members that we are a family!” said Chief Scarbrough.
CHIEF SCARBROUGH and SGT ALEXANDER
CHIEF SCARBROUGH
and CECIL NARRAMORE