Wyoming’s small town police force recognized the advances of two of its own on February 21st when and were sworn in as Sergeants with the force.

Sergeant Brooke Brady has been a police officer with the City since August 2007. Brooke grew up in Olive Hill, KY and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in Police Studies. Aside from normal patrol duties, she is also a Community Resource Officer. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children with a third on its way and due in May.

Sergeant Jeffrey Banker is an eighteen year veteran of the Department having previously served with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and the Miami Township Police Department. Sergeant Banker was drawn to the Wyoming community as chance to serve a well-respected community with professional police services. He is a 1986 graduate of Mariemont High School and a military veteran having served as a Combat Medical Specialist with the 10th Mountain Division of the United States Army. Sergeant Banker’s law enforcement career started after graduating as class valedictorian from the police academy.  He has extensive training in advanced crash investigations, OVI enforcement and legal processes. He is also credited for creating the department’s formal field training program for new officers and implementing Wyoming’s deer management program. Sergeant Banker is married to a retired Officer and spends his off time keeping up with their four children.