The O’Fallon Police Department swore in its newest officer on Monday, Jan. 9. Nicole Fix, shown being sworn in by Police Commissioner Russ Thoman, will fill the position left vacant from the retirement of Capt. Mark Berry. Officer Fix will immediately begin the 400-hour police academy. Upon her graduation, she will progress though a 14-week field training program where she will then be graduated to solo patrol.
The O’Fallon Police Department swore in its newest officer on Monday, Jan. 9. Nicole Fix, shown being sworn in by Police Commissioner Russ Thoman, will fill the position left vacant from the retirement of Capt. Mark Berry. Officer Fix will immediately begin the 400-hour police academy. Upon her graduation, she will progress though a 14-week field training program where she will then be graduated to solo patrol. O’Fallon PD Courtesy photo
The O’Fallon Police Department swore in its newest officer on Monday, Jan. 9. Nicole Fix, shown being sworn in by Police Commissioner Russ Thoman, will fill the position left vacant from the retirement of Capt. Mark Berry. Officer Fix will immediately begin the 400-hour police academy. Upon her graduation, she will progress though a 14-week field training program where she will then be graduated to solo patrol. O’Fallon PD Courtesy photo

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