|Lieutenant Tim Wakefield
Lieutenant Wakefield began his law enforcement career in 1990, with the LaGrange Police. In 1991, Wakefield accepted a position with the Oldham County Police becoming the 26th officer to take the oath of office. In 1997, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and placed in charge of the second shift division. In 2000 he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in charge of operations.
In May 2002, Wakefield was appointed to the rank of Major, becoming the second person to achieve that rank. In August of 2002, he was appointed to the position of interim Chief of Police. In January of 2003, he returned to his permanent rank of lieutenant and once again placed in charge of operations.
In February of 2007, Tim was again promoted to the rank Major, and in June of 2008 requested to be returned to his permanent rank of lieutenant.
Lieutenant Wakefield is a 1999 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He has served as an honor guard member, and is currently the Special Response Team Commander and is a Accident Collision Reconstructionist.
Wakefield resides on his family’s farm in Floydsburg with his wife of 19 years and their 3 children.
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