Two new support services clerks join HPDPosted January 7, 2021 in Police
Two new support services clerks have joined the Hilliard Division of Police. Destiny Hunt and Megan Richardson began employment Jan. 4, 2021.
Hunt has a bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in Criminology and comes to the City from the Credit Union of Ohio. Richardson earned a bachelor’s degree from Urbana University and Wilmington College and most recently worked as a manager at Parr Public Safety.
The support services unit operates 24 hours a day at the Division of Police. The job of the support services clerk includes providing clerical and administrative support to the police division and other law enforcement agencies, assisting the public with police inquiries, processing paperwork and records requests and performing data entry into the records system.
“Although we were not able to welcome these new employees with the traditional open reception, we are excited to have them as members of our HPD family,” said Chief of Police Robert Fisher. “Our clerks serve as the welcoming face to members of our public coming into the police station, and we look forward to continuing to provide the public with a high level of customer service.”