Manchester is proud of its police department
Front row, left to right: Sergeant Claude Davis, Officer George Stewart, Chief of Police Jeff Culver, Officer Marion Paul Spurlock, Officer William Goins, Officer Jason Combs. Back row, left to right: A.T.F. Task Force Officer Chris Fultz, S.R.O. Jeff Collett, Officer Jeff Couch, Officer Kelly Johnson, Officer Russell Smith, U.N.I.T.E. Detective Patrick Robinson.

Police Department News:

MPD officers have specialized training
Officers of the Manchester Police Department are required to participate in 40 hours of annual law enforcement training. Several officers are trained as instructors in firearms and tasers. Many officers hold a certification for methamphetamine and some are emergency medical technicians. 

Nearly 1,000 calls received
During the time period October 1, 2009 through February 28, 2010 officers with the Manchester Police Department responded to 921 calls for service. Of these calls, 85 involved investigations of non-injury accidents, 16 were injury accidents and only 61 involved burglaries and theft-related complaints.

Click it or Ticket
As a part of their participation in the “Click It Or Ticket” Program, department officers are stepping up their enforcement of traffic laws such as seat belts, child restraint seats, reckless driving and drunk driving. “Click It Or Ticket” is sponsored by the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety. .

Police Chief Chris Fulz -
Asst. Police Chief Claude Davis -
Officer Kelly Johnson -
Officer Marion Spurlock -
Officer Stewart -
Officer Jason Combs -
Officer Jeff Couch -
Officer Russell Smith -
Officer Jeff Collett -