London Police promotes K-9 Officer Jacob Bormann to Sergeant

LONDON KY—The London Police Department has named K-9 Officer Jacob Bormann as the newest Sergeant. He will work night shift, supervising a squad of officers.

“I’m excited for the opportunity and look forward to continuing to serve the people of London at this great Department,” Sgt. Bormann said.

Bormann began his law enforcement career at the London Police Department as a patrolman in 2010 following his service in the U.S. Army. While serving in the U.S. Army, Bormann was a Calvary Scout and made it to a Sergeant. Sgt. Bormann is the recipient of a commendation medal, good conduct medal, National Defense Service medal, Global War on Terrorism service medal, Iraq Campaign medal campaign star among service ribbons.

Sgt. Bormann became trained as a K-9 handler in 2017 and was assigned Belgian Malinois, “Jack”. With K-9 Jack, Sgt. Bormann conducts narcotics detection, man tracking, article and building searches as well as criminal apprehension.

“We are proud of Sgt. Jacob Bormann at the London P.D. He has served his country admirably and continues to serve this community in a manner that reflects highly on himself and our Department,” said London Police Chief Darrel Kilburn.

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