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Some LMPD officers upset over schedule changes Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
Emily Mieure - WDRB 41 Emily Mieure WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
Some LMPD officers upset over schedule changes

Louisville Metro Police will be making some changes to officers' schedules next month but some officers aren't happy about it.

The memo from Chief Steve Conrad sent to LMPD staff, sent out Aug. 19, announces all patrol divisions will be moving to eight-hour shifts. Currently, officers work 10-hour shifts, four days a week.

The change is based on a study done by Alexander Weiss Consulting.

 
 
Man with knife killed in confrontation with 2 officers at Bader's Food mart Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Thursday, August 6th, 2015
Dalton Main - WDRB 41 Dalton Main WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
Man with knife killed in confrontation with 2 officers at Bader's Food mart

One man is dead after a confrontation with two Louisville Metro Police officers Wednesday night at the corner of First and Jefferson in downtown Louisville, according to LMPD.

Police Chief Steve Conrad says a white male who appears to be in his 20s was shot by two officers outside the Bader's Food Mart at the corner of First and Jefferson about 11:22 p.m. Wednesday night.

Five officers were at the Bader's Food Mart on a break -- two were outside the store and three were inside the store - when the incident happened, according to Chief Conrad.

 
 
Fairdale man assaults, takes gun from officer Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Monday, July 20th, 2015
WHAS 11 - Louisville, Kentucky WHAS 11
Fairdale man assaults, takes gun from officer

A Fairdale man is charged with assaulting a police officer and disarming him during a struggle Sunday morning.

Police say 34-year-old William Arand was beating a woman on the side of the road near the Gene Snyder on New Cut Rd. when an officer pulled over to intervene.

The LMPD officer states Arand was punching the woman in the head when he yelled at him to stop. Arand instead, charged at the officer. The two went down to the ground in a struggle. During the fight, Arand disarmed the officer, taking his handgun. The officer hit Arand several times before he regained control of the situation and his weapon.

 
 
FOP President lashes out at 'sensationalists, liars and race-baiters' River City Fraternal Order of Police - Louisville, Kentucky
  Thursday, June 18th, 2015
WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
FOP President lashes out at 'sensationalists, liars and race-baiters'

In an open letter to the public, the president of the local Fraternal Order of Police Lodge is lashing out at "sensationalists, liars and race-baiters."

In a letter sent out Thursday afternoon, FOP President Dave Mutchler uses strong language to condemn what he calls "idiocy and lies" in the wake of last weekend's fatal officer-involved shooting, saying the FOP will no longer "stand on the sidelines."

 
 
Man killed by police in Old Louisville Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
Video Included Saturday, June 13th, 2015
WAVE 3 - Louisville, Kentucky WAVE 3
Man killed by police in Old Louisville

A man was shot and killed by police in Old Louisville on Saturday afternoon, Chief Steve Conrad of the Louisville Metro Police Department said.

Police say the man was shot near Fourth and Oak Streets. Conrad told reporters that the man swung a metal flag pole at the officer, who fired two shots at the man.

Conrad stressed the preliminary nature of the information, saying, "The facts may change."

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Police chief to shake up patrol officers' shifts Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Saturday, May 23rd, 2015
Matthew Glowicki - Courier~Journal Matthew Glowicki Courier~Journal - Louisville, Kentucky Courier~Journal
Police chief to shake up patrol officers' shifts

Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad said he intends to change the work shifts of hundreds of patrol officers by the end of the summer, a move he says would increase the number of patrol officers working on any given shift.

He called the shift a "very, very significant" change, one that will be negotiated between LMPD command staff and the River City Fraternal Order of Police, which represents about 1,200 LMPD members.

 
 
LMPD officers under investigation can get fresh start with resignation Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Monday, May 18th, 2015
Jason Riley - WDRB 41 Jason Riley WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
LMPD officers under investigation can get fresh start with resignation

In December 2011, the Louisville Metro Police Department began investigating one of its own - Lt. Lynn Hunt - for falsifying her time sheet, lying about when she was at work and other allegations.

But the investigation went away when Hunt retired from the force nearly a year later. Hunt was then hired as a detective by the Bullitt County Sheriff's Department - where she recently led the high-profile Stanley Dishon murder investigation.

 
 
LMPD honors officers at awards celebration Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Sunday, May 10th, 2015
Dustin Vogt - WAVE 3 Dustin Vogt WAVE 3 - Louisville, Kentucky WAVE 3
LMPD honors officers at awards celebration

The Louisville Metro Police Department honored the men and women who serve Louisville at their annual awards dinner. Held in The Galt House Grand Ballroom on Saturday, the awards ceremony honored retired and current sworn officers, civilian employees, and exceptional members of the community.

The ceremony was hosted by Mayor Greg Fischer and LMPD Chief Steve Conrad. More than 100 people were honored for their accomplishments with the LMPD.

 
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