New technology deployed by Paducah Police Department funded by the Foundation
Watch our segment on WPSD to learn more about the automatic license plate reader technology the Police Department is deploying to help identify stolen/wanted vehicles, amber alerts and more!
What would you do if there was an active shooter in your church, school or business?
We had over 600 community members join us in hearing what Ken Hughes, a nationally renowned speaker, had to say on this topic. We are humbled by the turnout and so appreciative of those who were able to join us!
The Paducah Police Department is proud to announce that Chief of Police Brandon L. Barnhill was named 2016 Chief of the Year by the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP).
Congratulations Chief Barnhill, from the Foundation Board !
Police Chief Brandon Barnhill Named 2016 Chief of the Year
Congratulations to our seven Paducah police officers on their graduation from the Cultural Leadership Academy!
Capt. Matt Smith, Sgt. Chris Bolton, Sgt. Nathan Antonites, Det. Justin Hodges, Officer Matt Jones, Officer Matt Hopp, and Officer Chelsee Breakfield were presented certificates of completion at the Murray State University’s Paducah campus. With grant assistance from the Police Foundation of Paducah-McCracken County and the Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust, the Paducah Police Department has teamed up with Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services to provide officers with an advanced training opportunity, centered on diversity awareness. The result of this partnership, the Cultural Leadership Academy, comes at a time when increased scrutiny is being placed on law enforcement and its interactions with diverse populations.