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Auburn Police Department Now Has 22 Full Time Officers

Posted by aprile on October 5, 2011

The Auburn Police are happy to announce that Krista Johnson and Jeremy Heffelfinger have joined the Department as full time officers.

Krista worked as a full time dispatcher for the Noble County Sheriff's Department before joining Auburn. Jeremy was an Auburn Police Reserve and worked full time for the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department as a jailer. Both Krista and Jeremy will be under a field training program before attending the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in January of 2012.

The Auburn Police Department is now at 22 full time officers, 1 officer short from being fully staffed.

 
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