Two police officers with the City of Crossville are the latest to be named Officers of the Month.
Patrolman Kevin Wood located and recovered a stolen vehicle, apprehended three suspects during his investigation and returned the stolen property to the owner. Additionally, Patrolman Kevin Wood investigated the theft of several televisions from a local church. During his investigation, he was able to locate and apprehend the person responsible and sought assistance for the suspect through referral to a rehabilitation facility. City officials say Patrolman Kevin Wood’s daily diligence and thorough investigating efforts help add to the professionalism of their agency.
Patrolman Joel Stevens’ dedication to duty and proactive efforts are being recognized. Last month alone, Patrolman Joel Stevens singed and served 31 arrest warrants, issued 26 traffic citations, wrote 22 police reports, answered 117 calls for service and assisted his fellow officers on an additional 34 calls for service. Patrolman Joel Stevens performed all of this activity while also diligently patrolling the City of Crossville. City officials said his good attitude and strong work ethic have been a great motivator for other officers on his shift and is a fine example for their agency.