Mayor Eberhart presents Jada with a gold pan with the City seal and thanks her for her time and efforts.
Mayor Eberhart welcomes the Alaska Peace Officers Association 2014 Crime Conference to Fairbanks this morning. Improved public safety is Mayor Eberhart’s top priority. The City of Fairbanks is pleased to have these law enforcement professionals gather here during National Police Week. Amber
Photo: Brad Johnson
The tragic loss of Alaska State Troopers Sergeant Scott Johnson and Trooper Gabe Rich reminds us of what it truly means to be a hero; to put your comfort, safety, and life in danger to serve and protect others. I am in awe of their sacrifice and saddened by the loss of these two fine law enforcement officers. Let us express our deepest sympathies to the officer’s families.
Mayor John Eberhart
Kimberly – I am a permanent Emergency Dispatcher at FECc and I started work on March 17th of this year. I have a Bachelors degree in Justice Studies with a minor in Communication Studies from San Jose University. In California I worked at the Palo Alto Police Department and Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department in various capacities. I started as a Cadet at PAPD when I was in high school and later became a Captain of their Explorer Program. I later worked as a Police Assistant (CSO) at Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department before my move to Fairbanks in August of 2013.
Kasey – I have 2 kids that keep me very busy. After being in the accounting world for most of my career I decided to make a leap of faith and go for my dream job as a 911 Dispatcher.