For the News-Current
BEAVERCREEK – The Beavercreek Police Department conducted a ceremony in the Beavercreek City Council Chambers to swear in three new police officers before family, friends and colleagues on June 29.
Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers introduced Francesco Trimboli, Nicholas Coltrane, and Kenneth Harris as the newest members of the Beavercreek Police Department before they were officially sworn in by Beavercreek Mayor Brian Jarvis.
Officer Trimboli holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Wright State University. He graduated from the Sinclair Criminal Justice Training Academy with his Basic Peace Officer Certification in May 2012. Prior to joining the Beavercreek Police Department, he was employed as a police officer with the Grandview Police Department.
Officer Coltrane is a 2006 graduate of the Butler Tech Peace Officer Training Academy. Prior to joining the Beavercreek Police Department, he was employed as a police officer with the Sugarcreek Township Police Department, serving most recently as a detective.
Officer Harris graduated from Wright State University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and was honored for his academic achievement with induction into the Criminal Justice Honor Society – Alpha Phi Sigma. He graduated from the Clark State Community College Peace Officer Training Academy in December 2014 and earned his Basic Peace Officer Certification in January 2015.
Officers Trimboli, Coltrane, and Harris will be assigned to field training officers to learn Beavercreek policies and procedures. Upon successful completion of the field training shadow phase, which usually encompasses 12 weeks of training, they will be assigned to solo patrol status under the supervision of platoon sergeants. The Beavercreek Police Department looks forward to utilizing the strengths and talents each one of these officers bring to the community.