Third generation LEO Josh Kyle retires after more than 3 decades with RCPD
The Riley County Police Department celebrated Captain Josh Kyle Friday, with a couple hundred of his closest friends. Kyle followed his father’s and grandfather’s paths. He is now retired after serving the community for 31 years. County Commissioner and Law Board member John Ford spoke to KMAN about Kyle’s service to the community.
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Ford agreed that the community would benefit when asked if Kyle should run for a political office.
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Kyle, who was a finalist for the RCPD director position earlier this year tells KMAN he is not interested in pursuing public office at this time, but will instead seek opportunities in the private sector.
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Kyle has been a regular guest of KMAN’s In Focus. As he closes out this chapter of his career, he shared a message to the community.
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Kyle began his career in law enforcement in 1991, working his way up from police officer to lieutenant and eventually to a position in administration.
By Rhonda Zellweger|2022-12-30T16:27:53-06:00December 30th, 2022|Local News|Comments Off on Third generation LEO Josh Kyle retires after more than 3 decades with RCPD