Friday was Range Day for the Summer Interns! They had a great time and we’re all great shots!!


Police Shooting Range Was A Fun Final Fieldtrip

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Interns prepping for the live fire portion of their CCDW test.

By Drew Teague

On Friday we attended our final field trip of the internship and it was very exciting. Half of the interns partook in their concealed carry class earlier in the week and had their final instruction, then completed their live fire test.

While those interns completed their CCDW training, the rest of us got to be on the range and practice firing a couple of police weapons. Not only did we fire, but the officer taught us proper weapon safety, how the weapon actually worked, showed us the interior of the weapon, and about the safety’s of the weapon, even without an actual safety latch.

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Second Shift with Officer Horn


Written by Sydney Garrett

On Friday, July 15, I had the chance to go on a ride-along with Officer Horn. I was nervous before it started because (1) I didn’t know if I could handle staying awake past midnight and (2) I really had no idea what to expect. Luckily, Officer Horn relieved my safety concerns at the beginning.

This experience was really interesting to me because I’ve never spent a lot of time with a police officer before, let alone sat in a car with one for an extended period of time. I feel like a lot of people my age are scared of police or have some kind of resentment for them, and it was great to hear an officer’s perspective first-hand. Continue reading

Our Hero – Hardin #15

As most of you know – our own Jessica Hardin is walking on to the UK Women’s Basketball team.

She has been working hard to get in shape and is pretty excited about the whole event. I have sent coach Matthew Mitchell a letter describing how hard she is working – from 6 AM for morning workouts to 9-4 at our office, then back to the gym for more basketball! She has become a hero for our office – so I asked Coach Mitchell when we will be able to buy our Hardin #15 jerseys!! We are all very anxious.




Mounted Horse Patrol Unit

bio picWritten by Kimberly Toop

Tuesday we went to the Mounted Police Unit to tour the facility, learn the duties and responsibilities of the unit, and meet the officers and their equine partners. As a life-long horse enthusiast and long time equestrian I was particularly interested in seeing the training that is involved in the process of transforming a green horse into a nearly bombproof police horse. The obedience and trust these horses possess in their officer mounts is incredible and the bond and partnership between the horse and the officer is immediately apparent when you see the two working together.

Through careful and patient training these horses learn to trust the officer and become desensitized to sounds, sights, and smells that would normally spook or startle a horse. The officer explained that most horses that are considered to become police horses are not suitable for the job because they do not have the temperament necessary to make a safe and effective police horse. Most horses that first come into the program go through a trial period so the officers can have time to determine whether the horse is suitable for the job or not.’

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