Congratulations to Sergeant Kim Klare who graduated yesterday from the Southern Police Institute session 138.
Erlanger Police Department is located at 505 Commonwealth Avenue, Erlanger, 41018 KY. The Erlanger Police Department phone number is 859-727-7599.
Congratulations to Sergeant Kim Klare who graduated yesterday from the Southern Police Institute session 138.
Erlanger PSCC is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for the position of 911 Dispatcher. Must be at least 18 years of age, high school graduate or equivalent, valid driver’s license, adequate computer/typing skills, must be physically and mentally able to work under stressful conditions. Duties of a 911 Dispatcher will include but are not limited to: Receive complaints from public concerning crimes and police emergencies. Broadcast orders to police patrol units in vicinity of complaint to investigate. Operate radio, telephone, or computer equipment to receive reports of fires and medical emergencies and relay information or orders to proper officials. Collateral duties include Terminal Agency Coordinator (T.A.C.), which handle the security and coordination of the National Crime Information Computer (N.C.I.C.); Tactical Dispatcher, which assist with dispatching in the field during a natural disaster situation. Crime Analyst, which assist the police department members with research, investigation, report compilation, tracking of probation and parolees and sex offenders, and various other tools to promote crime prevention. Dispatchers can also be called upon to stand in for the PSCC Manager in his/her absence, and to represent the Dispatch Center at community events. Applicants must also pass a dispatch test, police background check, polygraph, physical and psychological examination, and able to work nights, weekends, holidays and a variety of shifts. Starting salary is $35,670, commensurate with experience. Benefits include three weeks paid vacation, paid health/vision/dental insurance, paid training and paid holidays, and workout facility. Lateral transfers are encouraged to apply. Applicants are required to fill out an City of Erlanger application, and provide a resume and cover letter to be turned in person to the Director of Human Resources for the City of Erlanger, 505 Commonwealth Avenue, Erlanger, Ky 41018 no later than 4:00 PM on Monday, November 27th. The City of Erlanger is an equal opportunity employer
Construction is back on for the Brent Spence Bridge this week, so prepare for some closures. Starting at 9 p.m. on Thursday, the Fifth Street ramp from I-71/75 southbound in Covington will be closed. The exit ramp will reopen no later than 5 a.m. on Friday morning. Beginning Saturday, Oct. 14 at 9 p.m., crews will close travel lanes on the northbound decks. One lane will be closed initially, however after midnight and through Sunday three lanes could possibly close as well. This means northbound travel could be limited to one lane, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said. All lanes will be reopened for travel by 5 a.m. Monday morning. All construction is weather permitting. For more information visit http://brentspence2017.org.
NKY 9/11 SERVICE
Many thanks to Cash Express for stopping by today with this beautiful cake and card from their clients thanking the PD on the 16th anniversary of 9-11
Erlanger Police were dispatched to a report of a robbery at the Fifth Third Bank located inside the Silverlake Kroger plaza. A male suspect entered the business and demanded money. No weapon was shown however force was implied. The suspect fled on foot with an amount of money undetermined at the time of this press release. Erlanger Officers immediately established a perimeter with the assistance of Elsmere, Edgewood, and Lakeside Park police. Erlanger Police Investigations responded to process the scene. DESCRIPTION: The suspect is described as a white male of average build approximately 6 feet tall.
School Crossing Guard Position Available: job requires one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon on school days. $10 per hour. Please contact School Resource Officer Scott Abney for details. email@example.com or by calling 859-727-2424.
Grateful Dads concert at Flagship Park
This is from the Highway Department.
One of the latest email scams going around
Officer in training. Officer Yocum takes time to show a young man how a laser unit is used.
On July 8th, the individuals pictured above used a stolen credit card at Speedway located at 610 West 4th Street in Covington. The same individuals also used the stolen credit card at multiple locations throughout Kenton County. The credit card was cancelled and the female above still attempted to use is at the Walgreens in Crescent Springs Kentucky. The credit card was stolen from a wedding guest's vehicle in the parking lot of the Behringer-Crawford Museum. If you know the identity of these individuals, please contact Erlanger Officer Cameron Day (859)429-0163 or Covington Police Detective Eric Higgins at 859-292-2234.
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A lot of new laws go into effect today in the Commonwealth. Among those is one of interested to vehicle owners. HB 74 only allows white light to be emitted from motor vehicle headlamps, although non-halogen headlamps will be allowed to emit a slight blue tint if they were factory-installed. The intent of the bill is to make it easier for motorist to distinguish emergency vehicles from other vehicles. You've probably seen cars on the road with colored headlights. As of today those are illegal.
UPDATE ON THE NOTICE SENT OUT BY THE KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET REGARDING THE BRENT SPENCE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE THE CLOSING OF BOTH SOUTHBOUND 71/75 RAMPS TO KY236, DONALDSON ROAD. SIGNS ARE POSTED TO DETOUR TRAFFIC ONTO TURFWAY ROAD IN FLORENCE AND THEN BACK ONTO NORTHBOUND 71/75 TO EXIT KY236 FROM THAT DIRECTION. COMMENTS AND CONCERNS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET.
Congratulations to our own Officer Joel Shepherd for receiving the Kentucky School Resource Officer of the Year award.
FROM THE KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET - - FULL VERSION WITH MAPS CAN BE FOUND AT http://brentspence2017.org/ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 19, 2017 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE WILL BEGIN ON THE BRENT SPENCE BRIDGE FRIDAY, JUNE 23 Project team announces lane closures, changes in traf fic patterns, and encourages public to plan their drive and use caution when traveling through work zones (Covington, KY - June 19, 2017) The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) today announced that routine maintenance will take place on the Brent Spence Bridge, beginning Friday, June 23, at 9 pm, weather permitting. Significant impacts to traffic on the bridge and on routes to get around the bridge are expected for approximately two months. KYTC is managing the project, which is part of an ongoing program to maintain and improve the condition of the regional transportation network. Maintenance work will take place in three coordinated phases The Brent Spence Bridge is a major thoroughfare for both local and national traffic, connecting two states that are critical to the movement of people, goods and services. The bridge carries 1-71 and 1-75 traffic over the Ohio River and has four lanes of traffic on each of the upper and lower decks. Maintenance work will take place in three phases, with two lanes on each deck closed at a time, beginning with the two easternmost lanes, moving across to the two middle lanes and ending with work in the two westernmost lanes. Each phase will take approximately 15-20 days, weather permitting. Some temporary overnight lane closures after this two-month period will continue for another three months. Beginning on June 23, at 9 pm, traffic will be reduced to one lane for a period of time over the weekend as traffic barriers are put into place. Barrier placement will start on the southbound (upper) deck, then crews will move to the northbound (lower) deck. Two lanes will be open in both directions and the traffic pattern for the first phase of work will be in place no later than Monday morning rush hour. In addition to the lane closures on the bridge, there also will be several ramp closures affecting access to the bridge. The following ramps will be closed at 9 pm, on Friday, June 23, for approximately two months. In Ohio: • The ramp to 1-71 South from Fort Washington Way • The ramp to 1-71 South from Third Street In Kentucky: • The ramp from Fourth Street in Covington to 1-71/1-75 North • The ramp from 1-71/1-75 South to Erlanger/KY 236 Crews will replace the concrete surface on the bridge, upgrade the lighting and drainage systems, repair steelwork and complete other general maintenance tasks. Some short-term ramp closures will be scheduled on weekends In order to complete maintenance work on ramps that provide access to and from the bridge, additional closures will be scheduled on a short-term basis over weekends. Up-to-date information will be posted on BrentSpence2017.org as these closures are scheduled. Weather permitting, the first temporary closures are anticipated for June 30 at 9 pm and would last approximately two days. In Ohio, these temporary closures for the weekend of June 30 would include: • The ramp from 1-75 North to US SO West • The ramp from 1-75 North to Fifth Street • The ramp from US 50 East to 1-75 South Work contract structured to ensure timely completion Bob Yeager, Chief District Engineer for KYTC in Covington, underscored the importance of the bridge for both local and national travel and said that KYTC has taken a unique approach to this work to ensure timely completion. "Typically, a maintenance project of this size and scope would have significant impacts over the course of an entire construction season," said Yeager. "Recognizing the important connection the Brent Spence provides for many who travel to and through the Greater Cincinnati area, we structured our contract with Hall Contracting of Kentucky, Inc.,to complete this maintenance work as efficiently as possible. Working in two of the four lanes on both decks around the clock will allow us to maintain reduced traffic on the bridge as maintenance work progresses and restore the full movement of traffic as quickly as we can." Yeager also noted that the Brent Spence Bridge was built to support approximately 80-100,000 vehicles per day; currently, it carries twice that volume. "The bridge is inspected annually and is structurally-sound, remaining viable for long-term use," said Yeager. "Discussions regarding construction of a new bridge, which would add capacity to our regional transportation network, are unrelated to this maintenance project and based on current plans, the existing bridge will continue to be operational whether or not a new bridge is built." Plan your drive, know your lane and drive safely KYTC officials encourage the public to become informed about the impacts that maintenance work will have on traffic by visiting BrentSpence2017.org to learn more about the project schedule and other project information. "Before getting on the road, drivers should plan their route and when possible use alternate routes to get around the bridge," said Yeager. Traffic information will be provided on project social media channels. In addition, drivers can consult various travel advisory services, including WAZE and OHGO, and should pay particular attention to the digital signage around the region, which monitors traffic information and provides travel times to various destinations. Project leaders also asked the public to pack their patience when they get behind the wheel. "As always, drivers should use caution, slow down and eliminate distractions when traveling through active work zones," said Yeager. "We hope the public will be our partner in this work. We've done the planning, now we'll do the work; we need the public to do their part and help us get through this project by being patient with the additional time lane closures will cause and by being courteous to fellow drivers on the road."
Honey Hill Farm petting zoo at Erlanger Rainbow Park.
Touch a truck 2017
NOTICE FROM THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT: I-71/I-75 Southbound (185 – 188 mile-marker) – A bridge expansion joint replacement project on four interstate bridges along I-71/I-75 southbound in between Dixie Highway Exit 188 and the I-71/I-75/I-275 interchange is schedule for Friday, June 2 at 10 p.m. until Monday, June 5 at 7 a.m. Starting at 10 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Saturday morning, one lane will be open from 6 a.m. Saturday to 11 p.m. Sunday, two lanes will be open for traffic. Then from 11 p.m. Sunday night until 7 a.m. Monday, June 5, one lane will be open so that crews can remove barrier walls in the project area. That weekend will also require that the Buttermilk Pike southbound Exit 186 and Buttermilk Pike southbound entrance ramp to be closed. The project will be completed Monday morning, June 5 at 7 a.m. This weekend work will have major impacts to Southbound travel time. Motorists are encouraged to find alternate Southbound routes while this work is in progress. Work is weather dependent.
The pictured suspects are wanted for questioning in connection with a robbery at BP on Commonwealth Ave in Erlanger that occurred in the early morning hours on May 21st. Any information please contact Detective Trisha Blake (859)727-7629
New artwork and displays inside Erlanger PD large conference room.