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Welcome

Please welcome our two (2) new officers to the Lakeside Park Crestview Hills Police Authority:

Officer Todd Amann comes to us with ten (10) years of experience with the United States Secret Service and from his position as Assistant Chief of Security at Thomas More College.

Officer Autumn Ruehl began with the department in January with years of outstanding experience as a Deputy Kenton County Sheriff.

Please welcome Officer Amann and Officer Ruehl to our cities.

2016 Police Authority Members:

  • Paul Markgraf, Chair (Lakeside Park)
  • Bill Dorsey, Vice-Chair (Crestview Hills)
  • David Kramer (Crestview Hills)
  • David Leonard (Lakeside Park)
  • Dennis Landwehr (Lakeside Park)

Citizens' Police Academy

Citizens' Police Academy

The second LPCHPA Citizens' Academy was held in March, 2016 on Wednesday evenings.  This was a free seminar to acquaint our residents with basic law enforcement experience and training. 

Graduates of both Academy classes met in the fall of 2016 to learn about the officers' weapons and to try their hands shooting at the airport shooting range.

If you are interested our next Academy which will be held in early 2018, please contact the LPCH Police Department at 331-5368 for more information or to obtain an application. The class size is limited to 20 students and there is no fee to participate.