Lebanon Police Department

Posted on: April 6, 2017

Retiring Lebanon Police Officer Receives Resolution

Lebanon Police Corporal Jerry Brown retired effective April 1st after 16 years of service to the City of Lebanon. During the City Council meeting on 4/5/17, Corporal Brown received a resolution read into the minutes of the meeting by Mayor Suzanne Prentiss. Corporal Brown started his career in Lebanon in 2001 after previously serving as a police officer in Leavenworth, Kansas. Both Mayor Prentiss and Police Chief Richard Mello thanked Corporal Brown for his commitment to the City and its residents during the course of his career. AltText(Corporal Jerry Brown with his partner Lisa Ott)

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