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Campbell County Rotary Club Honors Fort Thomas Detective


Detective Adam Noe (center) accepts a plaque from Nedrah Stagner (right) of the Campbell County Rotary Club. Detective Noe was selected as the “2017 Campbell County Policeman of the Year” after being nominated by Detective Micheal Rowland (left).

The Campbell County Rotary Club selected Detective Adam Noe as their 2017 Policeman of the Year. Detective Noe was nominated by fellow Fort Thomas Detective, Micheal Rowland, and honored at a luncheon on April 26th. Adam was given this award to recognize all the hard work he does both on and off the job. Along with serving as the primary investigator for the Fort Thomas Police Department and managing a substantial case load, Detective Noe is a proud husband and father and serves in various volunteer roles at his church. Detective Noe is always willing to help others and serve in any way that he can. Since coming to Fort Thomas Police Department in 2012, he has exemplified the attitude, work-ethic, and values that both the police department and the community of Fort Thomas have come to expect of their police officers. Great job, Adam! And thank you for your service and dedication!

Campbell County Police Chief’s Association

Citizen’s Police Academy

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The Campbell County Police Chief’s Association has combined efforts in conducting their Consolidated Citizens Police Academy in Northern Kentucky. Participating police agencies include Alexandria Police, Bellevue Police, Campbell County Police, Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, Cold Spring Police, Dayton Police, Ft. Thomas Police, Highland Heights Police, Northern Kentucky University Police, Southgate Police and Wilder Police.
Classes will be held one evening a week for approximately 2.5 hours. Classes begin September 20th. Applications may be obtained and submitted to your local participating police department of follow this link:
Applications can be sent by FAX to 859-441-3230 or Emailed to rwhitford@ftthomas.org
The Citizens Police Academy will be a twelve-week course that citizens can attend for learning about their local police departments and the criminal justice system. The meetings will be held at various participating police departments and will cover topics in areas of patrol functions, S.W.A.T., firearms, crime scene investigations, K-9 patrol, accident reconstruction, criminal investigations, the court system, communications and detention.
There will also be guest speakers from the Campbell County Attorney’s Office, Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, Campbell County Coroner’s Office, Campbell County Detention Center, and the Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center. Campbell County residents are invited to submit an application to be considered for the Citizens Academy.
For more information, contact any participating Police Agency:
Alexandria Police                             859-635-4126
Bellevue Police                                859-261-1122
Campbell County Police                  859-547-3100
Campbell County Sheriff                  859-292-3833
Cold Spring Police                           859-441-6289
Dayton Police                                  859-261-1471
Ft. Thomas Police                            859-441-6562
Highland Heights Police                  859-441-8956
NKY University Police                      859-572-5500
Southgate Police                             859-441-7473
Wilder Police                                   859-581-8863




Mopeds & Gas Powered Scooters – The Rules


Lately there has been a lot of talk and debate about moped laws and scooters being driven on city streets.

Click here to see the law as it pertains to these bikes.

DrugDropBoxNew Service for Old Drugs: Prescription Drug Disposal Program


The Fort Thomas Police Department is now offering this complimentary service to our citizens and supports law enforcement strategy and environmental issues. You may drop off unwanted or outdated prescription medication in a drop box located in the city building lobby at 130 N. Fort Thomas Ave. Drop off can be made during regular business hours. The Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Task Force will pick up and properly dispose of the medications. This program is supported by the N KY Police Chiefs, N KY Drug Strike Force, Kentucky Crime Prevention Coalition, N KY Water District, and N KY Sanitation District. The N KY Water District and the N KY Sanitation District are supporting the program for health and safety reasons.



If you need the Fort Thomas Police, dial 292-3622 for dispatch or 911 for an emergency.

Our 441-6562 number is just an administrative line and is NOT manned 24 hours a day.


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