Sunday, December 11, 2016

2016 Christmas Dinner

Great attendance at our 2016 Christmas Dinner - 2017 Officers (left to right): Jason Rector, President; Mark McNutt, Secretary; Jerry Shouse, Sgt at Arms; Rick Reynolds, Professional Standards Director; Jonathan Shuler, Executive Director; Bill Troutwine, Vice-President and Kenny Carl, Treasurer

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Constables receive Golden Alert Training

Whitley county Constables Ron Bowling and Andy Moses along with Constables from across the state meet at the Hal Rogers Training facility in Somerset Kentucky Saturday to receive the latest training on practices and procedures for "Golden Alerts" within the state. The training provided by the Kentucky Constables Association was instructed by Jerry Rains, Regional Response Manager with the Division of Kentucky Emergency Management. Officers were provided with training and information during the session on procedures in establishing criteria, authorities to declare the alert, procedures on notification to first responders, along with information to be obtained to provide to local media. Golden Alerts are issued within the state when a person is reported lost /missing having a developmental disability, physical, mental impairment or the disappearance poses a credible threat to the health and safety of the person lost/missing. Pictured in the photo is Jason Rector, President of the Kentucky Constable Association; Whitley county Constable Andy Moses ,Whitley county Constable Ron "Bubba" Bowling and Instuctor Jerry Rains with Kentucky Emergency Management.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Defensive Ground Tactics

Instructors leading the participants into a defensive ground move and everyone might be a little sore by the end of the day, but this knowledge and training allows an officer to hopefully go home at the end of the shift.

Blue line Training Underway

Mike Willis (left) and David Heins (rights) Instructors with Blue Line Survivial Training which travels all across the United States to train Law Enforcement Officers. They are training Constables, Deputies and other Officers in the heart of the Commonwealth in Campbellsville-Taylor County.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Constables helped return lost children

Yesterday at the Kentucky State Fair was an active day for Kentucky Constables working our booth as two children approached Constables lost from their parents. Both children were safely reunited not long after notification of locating their parents.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Come visit us

Come visit the Kentucky Constable Association, Inc. this weekend and see what we do for you.

Jr Auxiliary Members at Kentucky State Fair

Jr. Auxiliary members Julia Sparks and Aaron Gaskins along side President Rector ready to hand out special goods and educational resources to the attendees.