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Chief Brian Messer
On June 1st Brian Messer assumed the
Police Chief postition with the department.
Brian has been employed with Cold Spring Police
since 1999. He began his law enforcement career with the City
of Walton, KY. During his employment with our department he
has been a Field Training Officer, a member of the Campbell County
Special Ops Group (SWAT), and the Team Commander for the Campbell
County Major Accident Response Team. Brian is also a certified
D.A.R.E. Instructor for Saint Joseph, Cline and Crossroads Elementary
CITY OF COLD SPRING ANNOUNCES
NEW POLICE CHIEF
For Immediate Release
Contact: Rita Seger
May 27, 2015
Cold Spring, Kentucky - At a Special Meeting
held Wednesday evening May 27, 2015, Cold Spring City Council
confirmed Mayor Mark Stoeber's appointment of Cold Spring Police
Sergeant Brian Messer as the City's Police Chief. Effective June
1, 2015, Messer is promoted to the rank of Colonel and assumes
the position of Chief.
"I am extremely pleased to have Brian
as our Chief of Police." Mayor Stoeber said. "He has
an exceptional background with the Cold Spring Police Department,
and to promote from within is a testament to the quality of our
department and individual officer effort. As our residents know,
our City faces many challenges due to our growth over the years
as well as the current heroin epidemic. I am confident Brian
possesses the qualities and skills required not only for issues
facing us today, but also for the development of a strong vision
for our community's future needs. His experience includes expertise
in tactical SWAT leadership via participation in the Northern
Kentucky Special Operations Group, Commander for the Campbell
County Major Accident Response Team, and years of local resident
and business relations."
Stoeber added: "I would like to thank
the eight members of the police search committee for their time,
effort and enthusiasm in the Police Chief search process. Their
involvement and care for their community clearly defined the
requirements needed for a Police Chief to be successful in our
community and has resulted in an excellent hire."
Messer began his police career with the City
of Walton, then transferred to the City of Park Hills, and has
served the residents of Cold Spring for the last sixteen years.
He was promoted to Sergeant in 2007. In addition to his SWAT
and Major Accident Response experience, he is the department's
firearms instructor and a Field Training officer for the City's
police recruits. During his tenure at Cold Spring, Chief Messer
completed Kentucky Department of Justice coursework and graduated
from Northern Kentucky University with a degree in Organizational
Chief Messer will be ceremonially sworn into
office on Monday, June 22, 2015 at 7:30pm at the City administration
building, located at 5694 East Alexandria Pike, in Cold Spring.
A reception to congratulate Brian on his promotion will be held
immediately following the ceremony. The event is free and all
members of the community are invited to attend and meet the City's
new Chief. For more information, contact Rita Seger, City Clerk,
AGGRESSSION DEFENSE TRAINING (R.A.D.)
The Cold Spring Police
Department will be offering classes on Rape Aggression Defense
(R.A.D.) training. Please click below for more information.
Satisfaction Survey Results
In May of 2009 the Cold Spring Police Department
developed a citizen satisfaction survey to gauge just how well
the citizens felt about safety in the city and the satisfaction
with the department, its personnel, and services. The survey
was sent out that year to establish a baseline for use in future
years. The survey was sent out again in 2011 to compare the results.
The results of both surveys are posted for comparison.