New officer, dispatcher join HPD


The Hillsboro Police Department is welcoming two new members to its staff. William Childers and Katie Keeton were sworn-in Friday by Safety and Service Director Todd Wilkin as a police officer and dispatcher, respectively. Childers, a graduate of East Clinton High School, comes to HPD from the Wright State University police force. Keeton, a graduate of Wilmington High School, recently served three years with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Pictured from left are HPD Chief Todd Whited, Keeton, Childers and Wilkin.


Gary Abernathy|The Times-Gazette

The Hillsboro Police Department is welcoming two new members to its staff. William Childers and Katie Keeton were sworn-in Friday by Safety and Service Director Todd Wilkin as a police officer and dispatcher, respectively. Childers, a graduate of East Clinton High School, comes to HPD from the Wright State University police force. Keeton, a graduate of Wilmington High School, recently served three years with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Pictured from left are HPD Chief Todd Whited, Keeton, Childers and Wilkin.

The Hillsboro Police Department is welcoming two new members to its staff. William Childers and Katie Keeton were sworn-in Friday by Safety and Service Director Todd Wilkin as a police officer and dispatcher, respectively. Childers, a graduate of East Clinton High School, comes to HPD from the Wright State University police force. Keeton, a graduate of Wilmington High School, recently served three years with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Pictured from left are HPD Chief Todd Whited, Keeton, Childers and Wilkin.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_new-officer-dispatcher-7-17-16-1.jpgThe Hillsboro Police Department is welcoming two new members to its staff. William Childers and Katie Keeton were sworn-in Friday by Safety and Service Director Todd Wilkin as a police officer and dispatcher, respectively. Childers, a graduate of East Clinton High School, comes to HPD from the Wright State University police force. Keeton, a graduate of Wilmington High School, recently served three years with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Pictured from left are HPD Chief Todd Whited, Keeton, Childers and Wilkin. Gary Abernathy|The Times-Gazette
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