Ptl. Hensley Ptl. Robert Hensley: He has been with the department since 1999. He is a full-time employee of the Ford Motor Company and has training AED/CPR and in Radar/Lidar operation. He was recognized for having the highest activity of our part-time officers in 2009.
Ptl. Coburn Ptl. Vicky Coburn: She has been with the department since 2001 and is a retired employee of the Ohio State Highway Patrol Post in Georgetown, OH. where she served as a secretary. And she also worked at the Brown County Sheriff's Office for 2 years as a Dispatcher/Corrections Officer/ Deputy prior to that. She handles all bad check cases for the village.
Herren Ptl. Corey Herren: He has been with the department since 2004. He has training in Child Abduction and Crimes on the Internet, and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.
   
Griffith Ptl. Walt Griffith: He joined our department in 2012. And is a graduate of the 2011 Brown County Police Academy.
Shofstall Ptl. Rich Shofstall: He joined our department in 2012. He has previously worked for the Clermont County Sheriff's Dept., Ripley P.D., and Aberdeen P.D.
Ptl. Jamie Coburn: He has been with our department since 2003.
Chief Coburn

Ptl. Forrest "Buddy" Coburn: Served as police chief 2003 to Nov. 2013 after working as the Chief Investigator with the Brown County Sheriff's Office for 12 years. Since Coburn took over as chief, the department has increased it's training and even exceeded state standard's in some areas. Additional equipment has been purchased to assist the officers in their investigations. And has highlighted officer's strong points to improve the department as a whole. Chief Coburn was also acting Coroner's Investigator for Brown County under Dr. McKinley.

Kumpf Ptl. Kendall Kumpf: has been with the department since 2008. He has prior experience coming to us from both Mt. Orab Police Dept. and the Brown County Sheriff's office. He also has been trained in firearms instruction.
   
Full-Time Officers
Lt. Freeland Chief Robert Freeland: He has been with the dept. since 1996 and became full-time in 1997. In addition to being a road patrol officer, he is currently Fleet Manager, Computer/Database Administrator, Property Room Officer, our Website Designer, and Equipment Manager. He has training in Crime Scene Investigation, Methamphetamine Investigation, ADAP certification, ASP Certification, K-9 Response, Radar Operation, AED/CPR, Reid Interview Technique,and Grant Writing/Research.
Sgt. Baker Sgt. Cyrus Baker: He has been with the dept. since 1989. He has had training in the areas of Tactical Takedowns, Unarmed Self Defense, ASP Certification, Taser, and Firing Range Instruction. Sgt. Baker is in charge of making sure all the officers are certified to carry their duty weapon and provides to training to do so. Sgt. Baker schedules quarterly requalifications, which exceeds the state standard of once a year. This is in addition to he regular duties as an officer.
Ptl. Gifford Sgt. Robert Gifford: He has been with the dept. since 2001 and brought to full-time status in 2003. He comes to us from the Brown County Prosecutor's Officer where he was the Prosecutor's Investigator. Gifford has training in the areas of Death Investigation, Dealing with Sex Offenders and their victims, Court Security, Suspect and Vehicle Approaches, Rural Gangs, Crime Scene Techniques, Drug Identification, Interviews and Interogation, and Homicide Investigation. He is also the recepient of the 2005 "Top Cop" Award given by the Georgetown Police Department.
   
Ptl. Singleton Ptl. Kyle Singleton: He has been with the dept. since 2003. He comes to us after being Chief of the Higginsport Police Dept. and a Corrections officer at the Brown County Detention Center. Kyle is currently assigned to road patrol and is active with both the local Georgetown Fire Dept. and Life Squad. Kyle is the recipient of the 2006 and 2007 "Top Cop" Award for leading in citations written.
Inlow

Ptl. Shaun Inlow: He has been with the department since 2007. He has training in ADAP, CPR, and FEMA certification for responding to emergency situations. In 2008 & 2009 received the "Top Cop" Award, for filing the most cases with Georgetown Mayor's Court and for his involvement in the solving numerous drug/narcotic cases. Ptl. Inlow is also the departments K-9 officer and has training in firing range instruction.

   
Staggs Ptl. Staggs: He has been with the department since 2009 and brought on to full-time status in 2010. Before coming to our department. He also worked for the Ripley Police Dept. and the Clermont County Sheriff's Dept.
Part-Time Officers
 


 

Georgetown Police Department
108 E. State St.
Georgetown, OH. 45121

(937) 378-6400

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