The police department celebrated its offers at a Sept. 19 ceremony. Photo couresy Kellie Stickney

The police department celebrated its offers at a Sept. 19 ceremony. Photo couresy Kellie Stickney

Kirkland Police Department celebrates promotions, service and new officers

Chief Cherie Harris swears in six new patrol officers and three new corrections officers.

  • Tuesday, October 8, 2019 5:00pm
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The Kirkland Police Department recently celebrated promotions, newly sworn-in officers and staff with milestone years of service at the Kirkland Justice Center.

Years of service awards:

5 Years of Service

Officer Douglas Miller

10 Years of Service

Officer Isaac Zabala

15 Years of Service

Det. Mark Brown and Sergeant Randi Crocker

20 Years of Service

Ginger Collins

Promotions

Corrections Cpl. Lucas Howards, Cpl. Julia Valencia, Sgt. David Quiggle and Sgt. Randi Crocker

Swearing-in Ceremony:

Non-commissioned:

Corrections officers Jack Heaney, Stuart Schachle and Elliott Head

Commissioned officers:

Officers David Hwang, Nathan Morris, Zach Eggers, Matthew Baker, Patrick Lavers and Anthony Macabalitao

Chief Cherie Harris, right, stands with Sergeant David Quiggle, who was recently promoted. Photo courtesy Kellie Stickney

Chief Cherie Harris, right, stands with Sergeant David Quiggle, who was recently promoted. Photo courtesy Kellie Stickney

Chief Cherie Harris (far right) with some of the officers celebrated at the Sept. 19 event.

Chief Cherie Harris (far right) with some of the officers celebrated at the Sept. 19 event.

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