The   Department recently welcomed officers Alexander Berlin, Kyle Conner, and Ryon Warmack.

“I am excited to welcome Officers Berlin, Conner, and Warmack to our team,” says Brooke Brady,  Chief. “I look forward to watching them grow in the department and develop relationships with the community and city staff. They’ll be an asset to the department and the community.”

We asked the three new officers some questions about choosing a police career, what they think of Wyoming, and how they spend their free time.

If you see them around the community, be sure to say hello!

Alexander Berlin

Why did you decide to become a police officer?

When I was a child, I always thought being a police officer would be a fun career. When I got older, a friend introduced me to police explorers. This was a program where you learn the job and ride along with the police. That’s when I decided this was what I wanted to do for a career.

Tell us a little bit about your background.

I graduated from Amelia in 2007 and joined the Army as a military police officer four months after graduating. After being honorably discharged in 2012, I was accepted to the Police Academy in 2013.

What are your early impressions of Wyoming?

One of the first things I noticed when coming to was how friendly everyone was. The community seems very supportive of the police department.

Do you have any interesting hobbies or activities you enjoy outside of work?

I recently started golfing. Even though I’m terrible at it, I still enjoy it.

What do you love most about your job?

What I love most about the job is that every day, when you come to work, you never know what challenge you will be faced with.

Kyle Conner

Why did you decide to become a police officer?

I became interested in becoming a police officer in high school. I grew up with family in law enforcement and really enjoyed hearing about their community interactions, which sparked my interest in serving a community as a police officer.

Tell us a little bit about your background.

I was born in Cincinnati and grew up in Reading. I was fortunate to attend Archbishop Moeller High School. I graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. I was hired in 2015 by the Village of St. Bernard Police Department and attended the Ohio State Patrol Academy. My wife and I have been married for almost 6 years and we have two kids, a 3-year-old boy and a 1-year-old girl.

What are your early impressions of Wyoming?

My early impressions of include a professional and community-oriented police department, an established and diverse community, and an administration that aims to please the community.

Do you have any interesting hobbies or activities you enjoy outside of work?

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my kids and wife. We enjoy attending the Cincinnati Zoo and Kings Island. I also enjoy four-wheeling and camping with family.

What do you love most about your job?

The one thing I love most about my job is the ability to be the person someone can call when they need assistance of any type and have no one else to be there for them.

Ryon Warmack

Why did you decide to become a police officer?

I decided to become a police officer because I wanted to have the opportunity to go out and make an impact and make connections in the community I serve.

Tell us a little bit about your background.

I am a graduate, class of 2005. I’ve been married for nine years and have two children.

What are your early impressions of Wyoming?

My impressions of are that it is a wonderful community. The small-town feel is great and it’s nice to have a place with so much civic and respect for their first responders.

Do you have any interesting hobbies or activities you enjoy outside of work?

Outside of work I enjoy working out, running, cooking, and being active with my kids.

What do you love most about your job?

What I love most about my job is that every day brings a new opportunity to have an impact on someone’s day. I love being in the community and interacting with residents and working to make the city of a better place.