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STATE POLICE AWARDS
State police announce Kentucky trooper, detective of the year

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Thursday, May 15, 2014 4:01 AM EDT
FRANKFORT, Ky.


A trooper assigned to the Kentucky State Police post has been named trooper of the year.

The agency announced the award Wednesday for Trooper First Class Shane L. Goodall, who has been with state police for 13 years, during a ceremony at the Frankfort Convention Center.

Also announced were detective of the year, Detective Ricky M. Brooks, a 10-year veteran assigned to the Columbia post; Jason Cammack officer of the year award to four-year veteran Officer Harold E. Mosley of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division Henderson region; and facilities security officer of the year award to Officer Craig Shouse, a 10-year veteran of the agency.

Awards were also given for bravery, lifesaving acts, meritorious service and other achievements.










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