KENMORE — Sergeant Brandon Moen is Kenmore’s subsequent Leader of Police. Moen will take over for Leader Peter Horvath who has been promoted to Captain with the King County Sheriff’s Place of business (KCSO).
A number of applicants carried out and after 3 rounds of panel interviews and a follow-up interview, Town Supervisor Rob Karlinsey decided on Moen to be Kenmore’s subsequent Leader of Police.
Moen’s promotion is valuable in early to mid-November.
“I’m commemorated to function Kenmore’s subsequent Police Leader,” stated Moen in an Oct. 23 press liberate. “I began my legislation enforcement occupation in Kenmore in 2006, and I’m excited to now give you the option to guide the sort of gifted and community-oriented crew of officials.”
Moen is a 13-year veteran of the KCSO and has been running with the town of Coastline since 2016. He used to be decided on as Sergeant of the 12 months and awarded KCSO’s Sheriff’s Medal in 2018 for braveness and bravado within the line of responsibility.
Moen has additionally labored within the KCSO Southwest precinct, and with the KCSO Metro Transit Police. He holds a bachelor’s stage in City and Regional Making plans from Japanese Washington College and has labored within the transportation making plans and site visitors engineering box.
“Sergeant Moen comes extremely really useful and brings a very good set of technical and management abilities to the desk,” Karlinsey stated. “We’re happy he selected Kenmore and we sit up for introducing him to the network.
“I’m satisfied for Leader Horvath and his promotion, however we’re going to pass over him. He has achieved so much as Leader and has constructed significant relationships with the network.”