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News : Kirksville Police Department Announces Promotions
Posted by Randy on 2013/8/7 4:41:46 (328 reads) News by the same author

The Kirksville Police Department has announced the promotion of two employees.

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Mark Wellman has been promoted from the rank of Corporal to Lieutenant. Lt. Wellman has been with the Kirksville Department for 30 years and was promoted to Corporal in 1995. Lt. Wellman has been the department’s firearms instructor for 25 years. Lt. Wellman has also held assignments on the Special Response Team and as a Detective.

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Steve Farnsworth has been promoted from the rank of Lieutenant to Deputy Chief. DC. Farnsworth has been with the Kirksville Police Department for 27 years. DC. Farnsworth was promoted to Corporal in 1990, Sergeant in 1994, and Lieutenant in 2012. DC. Farnsworth has held assignments on the Special Response Team, Community Policing Officer and School Resource Officer.



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