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Covington swears in 5 police recruits

With Covington Police Chief Rob Nader among those watching, Mayor Joe Meyer swore in the new recruits this morning in the City Commission Chambers. ‘Largest class in a while’ to fill gaps created by retirements  COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington swore in five police recruits th...

Covington swears in new police officer

New Covington Police Officer Brad Morris, second from right, poses with, from left, Sgt. Jennifer Rudolph, Chief Rob Nader, Mayor Joe Meyer, and Captain Greg Jones. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s newest police officer is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force who has eight years of experience as...

4 decades of public safety dedication retires

From left, newly promoted Captain Justin Wietholter, Chief Rob Nader, newly promoted Assistant Chief Brian Valenti, and retiring Assistant Chief Brian Steffen listen as the Board of Commissioners praised Covington’s police department as “the best police force in Kentucky.” Police, ...

Rivalry at Braxton: FOP vs. Local 38

Friday event honors City’s first responder military veterans   COVINGTON, Ky. - With nearly 50 military veterans serving in its Police and Fire departments, Monday’s holiday will be particularly meaningful at the City of Covington.   Ahead of the solemnity of Veterans...

Covington swears in new police officer

New recruit Paul Mace, center, poses with, from left, Captain Greg Jones, Assistant Chief Brian Steffen, Captain Brian Valenti, and Mayor Joe Meyer.   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s newest police officer comes to the City from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, where he’s been...

Return of 'Touch a Truck'

One of the “stars of the show” at the 2018 Touch a Truck event was the MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicle used by Covington Police and other law enforcement agencies in Northern Kentucky during hostage situations. Show-and-tell event showcases safety, service vehicles  C...

New Covington officer was deputy jailer

Covington Police Chief Rob Nader, left, talks about opportunities in Covington after handing David Krull Jr. his badge. Krull was sworn in this morning by Mayor Joe Meyer, center, who read him the oath of office spelled out in the Kentucky Constitution.   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s...

Riverfest rules set for downtown, Devou

Familiar restrictions address safety, traffic COVINGTON, Ky. - Enormous crowds will again flock to the riverfront and viewing spots around Covington to watch the annual Labor Day weekend fireworks on Sept. 1, so Covington is putting in place familiar restrictions designed to ensure safety and orderl...

New Covington officer a Louisville transfer

New Covington Police Officer Detrick Johnson poses with Captain Greg Jones and Mayor Joe Meyer after being sworn in.   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington's newest police officer arrives with five years' experience. Detrick Johnson - an officer with the Louisville Metro Police Department since 2014...

Do you have what it takes?

Want to be a Covington Police officer? The deadline for applying to take the first exam is July 26.   Covington Police exam to be held this summer  COVINGTON, Ky. - Are you looking for a rewarding career where you get to solve problems and help people every day?   Do you want to be an...
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