Pictured following the swearing in Tuesday of three new Los Alamos Police Department employees are, from left. Deputy Chief Jason Wardlow Herrera, Cpl. Casey Salazar, Cpl. Everett Williams, Cmdr. Preston Ballew and Cmdr. Oliver Morris. Photo Courtesy LAPD
Miki Moreno was sworn in Tuesday morning as a Public Safety Aide for the Los Alamos Police Department Animal Control Section. Photo Courtesy LAPD
Newly-sworn LAPD Cpl. Everett Williams with his wife Nina and daughter Sophia. Photo Courtesy LAPD
Newly-sworn LAPD Cpl. Casey Salazar Tuesday morning at Los Alamos Magistrate Court. Photo Courtesy LAPD
The Los Alamos Police Department wishes to welcome three new employees. Miki Moreno, Public Safety Aide will be assigned to the Animal Control Section. Cpl. Casey Salazar will be assigned to the Patrol Section and has joined the department from the Santa Fe Police Department. Cpl. Salazar has 13 years of experience as a certified Law Enforcement Officer. Corporal Everett Williams will also be assigned to the Patrol Section. Cpl. Williams has 15 years of experience as a certified law enforcement officer from Aurora, Colo. Cpl. Williams is pictured with his wife Nina and daughter Sophia.
All three employees took the oath of office and were sworn in before the honorable Judge Pat Casados in the Magistrate Court on Tuesday, December 22. The Los Alamos Police Department welcomes our new employees and believes they will greatly assist us in meeting our mission to promote public safety and service to our community.