Two new Ponca City Police Officers sworn in this month

Team Radio Marketing Group - December 29, 2017 3:34 pm

Ponca City’s newest Police officers Justin Hinch and Cameron Hurd shown with Municipal Judge Bill Kirkpatrick.

Cameron Hurd and Justin Hinch were sworn to duty as Police Officers recently. Friends and family gathered to witness the affirmation of the oath and pinning as they begin their new career.

The Oath of Office was administered to both by Municipal Judge Bill Kirkpatrick on Thursday December 14 in the courtroom of the Public Safety Center.

Hurd began his career with the Ponca City Police Department as a jailer in August of 2012. Hinch has been employed in the Water Treatment Division of the City of Ponca City since 2008. Hurd and Hinch attended the basic police academy in Ada, OK to obtain their certification through the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) program and graduated on December 8.

Hurd and Hinch are both Ponca City natives and have chosen to raise their families in Ponca City.


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