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Covington PD promotes two

Covington Officers Jeff Cook, left, and Dave Griswold will be promoted to “sergeant” tonight effective Aug. 2. New Sgts. Cook, Griswold also served in the U.S. Marines  COVINGTON, Ky. - Two officers with over a decade of experience each in the Covington Police Department and who als...

Covington Police welcomes back 12-year veteran

Charles W. Beil III holds his (new) badge after being sworn in today by Mayor Joe Meyer, center, and welcomed back to the Covington Police Department by Chief Rob Nader, left.   COVINGTON, Ky. - The Covington Police Department welcomed back a familiar face today.  Charles W. Beil III was s...

FOP giving $500 to a high school senior

COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington's police union wants to give $500 to a high school senior who is headed to college.   To earn the Covington FOP Lodge #1 Fallen Officer Scholarship, seniors have to fill out the attached application and write an essay answering "What does living in Covington mean...

COVID-19 can’t stop police training

Covington Police Department Lt. Matt Winship, standing, talks to Covington’s new recruits about ways to keep safe. While awaiting academy, recruits attend ‘school’ in-house  COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s Police Department has eight recruits awaiting the reopening of the s...

All-call for 'thank you' messages

Send in video snippet conveying gratitude to Covington 1st Responders   COVINGTON, Ky. - From truckers to nurses, and grocery store cashiers to teachers, there are many people who are working hard to help all of us get through the coronavirus pandemic.   Here at the City of Covington, we w...

City fights for better testing, equipment

New protocol for First Responders a ‘step in right direction’   COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington continues to fight hard for quicker access to testing and better personal protective equipment for its First Responders while they respond to potential cases of the highly contagio...

New Covington officer has unique background

Mayor Joe Meyer administers the Kentucky Constitution's oath of office to newly hired officer Joshua Durairaj.   COVINGTON, Ky. - The background of Covington's newest police officer combines law enforcement, military service, and religious study. Joshua Durairaj - most recently an officer with ...

Generous Covington businesses lend hand

 Hotel Covington’s director of rooms, Justin Ham, right, and engineer Dakota Steward with the hotel’s donations City solicits supplies to protect First Responders COVINGTON, Ky. - CoreStrong got it started with gallon jugs of hand sanitizer. Riverside Korean Restaurant donated surgi...

New Covington officer has 26 years’ service

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer, left, and Police Chief Rob Nader stand with new officer Alex Turner just after he was sworn in.   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s newest police officer has served in law enforcement for over 26 years and is a military veteran as well.  Alex Turner - most recen...

City public safety: We’ll be there for you

But residents should note small changes in procedure   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s police and fire departments are implementing small procedural changes to increase protection from the new and extremely contagious strain of coronavirus hitting the nation, but those changes won’t in...
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