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Cheyenne Police Department Welcomes Four New Officers

CHEYENNE, Wy — The Cheyenne Police Department (CPD) is pleased to announce the hiring of four new police officers. Corrin Campbell, Nathanial Lucero, Kilian Sweet, and Ty Volin, were sworn in as Cheyenne Police Officers on Tuesday, January 4 at the Public Safety Center.

The new officers will now attend the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in Douglas, WY. All four officers moved to Cheyenne from other areas of the country, each expressing a strong
desire to make a difference in the lives of others and connect with the community.

Cheyenn Police Departmentwelcomes new officers

“I became a police officer so that I could be engaged with my community daily,” said
Officer Sweet.

“The job allows me to meet, interact, and help people from all different backgrounds, which is something I really enjoy.

” Officer Volin moved to Wyoming from Oregon, where he previously worked in law enforcement for 10 years. “Being a police officer is something I always wanted to do growing up. Several generations of my family have worked in law enforcement,” said Officer Volin.

” So far, our favorite thing about Cheyenne is the people and how nice and welcoming everyone has
been.”

City officials, officers, members of the department and family members attended the swearing in
Ceremony and wished the new officers the best of luck and success in their new careers.

Chief Mark Francisco acknowledged Cheyenne’s sound sense of community and thanked each officer
For their commitment. “We are excited to welcome this talented group of new officers and are pleased they have
selected Cheyenne as their new home,” said Chief Mark Francisco. “For each of them, the choice
to move to this community was intentional and a testament to the quality of life that we offer
here.

We appreciate their commitment to our city and the Cheyenne Police Department.”

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