Professional Training & Certifications
||City Clerk Receives CMC Designation
Creedmoor City Clerk Kathleen McCorkle recently earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC). IIMC grants the CMC designation to municipal clerks who complete demanding education and employment requirements and who have demonstrated mastery of administrative skills critical to good government. Ms. McCorkle has served in the position of City Clerk for Creedmoor since August 2015.
|The 2017 Granville County Crime Stoppers Banquet was held on October 24, 2017 at the First Baptist Church of Creedmoor. Each year, law enforcement agencies across Granville County are asked to select one officer from their ranks as their agency’s “Officer of the Year”.
Many of the characteristics used to describe Creedmoor Police Department’s 2017 Crime Stoppers “Officer of the Year” may not be the stereotypical terms commonly ascribed to police officers. This officer is kind, caring, patient, and open-minded. When it comes to assisting others, the word “no” simply does not exist in his vocabulary. He is a dad to his girls at home as well as the young officers at work. However, don’t let the big heart and teddy bear-like demeanor fool you; thus far in 2017, he has obtained 59 felony and countless misdemeanor arrests. This officer has also never forgotten his roots as a patrol officer while fully embracing his role of detective. Earlier this year, he was nominated by his peers and received the Creedmoor Police Department’s Silver Bullet Award for Teamwork.
The Creedmoor Police Department’s 2017 Granville County Crime Stoppers “Officer of the Year” award recipient is Detective Robert Eugene Harris.
|Police Chief Keith King Graduates
from FBI National Academy
On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, Creedmoor's own Chief of Police, Keith King, graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Honorably selected, Chief King, was among the 200+ top law enforcement officials from around the world to attend FBI Class #268. The 10-week professional development course included topics such as: intelligence theory, terrorism and terrorist mindsets, management science, law, behavioral science, law enforcement communication, and forensic science. Participants also received a wide range of leadership and specialized training.
Chief King said, "I am truly thankful for the opportunity and experience at the National Academy."