LPD Officer Chad Caudell retires

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On Tuesday July 14 the Loveland City Council recognized Officer Chad Caudell for 22 years of service to the Loveland community. Lieutenant Amy Campbell said throughout his career with the Loveland Police Department, Officer Caudell served as a field training officer, bike officer, community resource officer, and as the Loveland Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association liaison. Police Chif Sean Rahe said, “What made Chad so special was not what he did but how he did it.”

Loveland City Council expressed sincere appreciation for Officer Caudell and the years of service he gave to the City of Loveland.

Officer Caudell was presented with the Shadow Box; a City of Loveland Police Department commemoration plaque consisting of Officer Caudell’s City of Loveland police patch, name tag and police officer badge.

After retirement, Officer Caudell will work in security with MedPace in Madisonville.

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