Kingman Police Department Honor Guard Honored

Written by The Bee

August 28, 2019

Kingman AZ — On Wednesday, August 28th, members of the KPD Honor Guard where recognized for their contributions to the Kingman Veterans Treatment Court (VTC). The Kingman Veterans Treatment Court has held 16 graduation ceremonies over the past 4 years, celebrating the graduation of 32 veterans.

 The KPD honor guard, with assistance of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office honor guard, has opened each ceremony with presentation of our nation’s colors.

 VTC is a problem-solving court that is intended to serve Veterans struggling with addiction, serious mental illness, PTSD and/or re-occurring disorders as well as any other issues the Veteran may have, including housing, employment, and education. The Court promotes sobriety, recovery, and stability through a coordinated response that involves cooperation and collaboration with the City Attorney, Defense Counsel, the Veterans Administration and other local agencies to give each participant the opportunity to be a productive, healthy Veteran and citizen.

Photo~ Kingman Municipal Magistrate the Honorable Jeffery Singer, KPD Officer Dennis Miller and KPD Sgt. Danny Reed.

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