Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Louisville PD Welcomes Three New Officers

Prior to the regular meeting of the Louisville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, (2-7-17), three new officers were sworn into duty with the Louisville Police Department by Mayor Will Hill and Police Chief L.M. Claiborne.  The officers included:

Glenda Sherrod, a Louisville native with 14 years’ experience in the U.S. Army and two years of service with the National Guard prior to her law enforcement career. Sherrod is looking forward to her service and took the opportunity to thank the Board and the staff of LPD for the opportunity to be a part of LPD.

Steffan McCall, was born in Los Angeles and comes to the area from Philadelphia, Ms. McCall has served as a corrections officer in Meridian and at the Walnut Grove Correctional Facility. He indicated that he was thankful for the opportunity to further his law enforcement career.

Dylan Alford also comes to Louisville from Philadelphia and is looking forward to advancing his career with the Louisville PD. Alford indicated that his desire to be in law enforcement is based upon his idea of being able to help people, make his community safe and raise a family.