Hastings swears in new HPD officer


Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings swore in Jeremy Conley as a new patrolmen with the Hillsboro Police Department on Wednesday. Conley will replace Captain Jeff Murphy, who is retiring. Hillsboro Police Chief Todd Whited said this will be Conley’s first full-time law enforcement position and that he will go through a 10-week field training program. Whited said Murphy was a working patrol captain and that the captain’s position will remain vacant for the time being.


Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings swore in Jeremy Conley as a new patrolmen with the Hillsboro Police Department on Wednesday. Conley will replace Captain Jeff Murphy, who is retiring. Hillsboro Police Chief Todd Whited said this will be Conley’s first full-time law enforcement position and that he will go through a 10-week field training program. Whited said Murphy was a working patrol captain and that the captain’s position will remain vacant for the time being.

Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings swore in Jeremy Conley as a new patrolmen with the Hillsboro Police Department on Wednesday. Conley will replace Captain Jeff Murphy, who is retiring. Hillsboro Police Chief Todd Whited said this will be Conley’s first full-time law enforcement position and that he will go through a 10-week field training program. Whited said Murphy was a working patrol captain and that the captain’s position will remain vacant for the time being.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_HPD-wear-in-pic.jpgHillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings swore in Jeremy Conley as a new patrolmen with the Hillsboro Police Department on Wednesday. Conley will replace Captain Jeff Murphy, who is retiring. Hillsboro Police Chief Todd Whited said this will be Conley’s first full-time law enforcement position and that he will go through a 10-week field training program. Whited said Murphy was a working patrol captain and that the captain’s position will remain vacant for the time being.
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