HCSO Recognizes National Automotive Service Professionals Day

Thursday, June 10, 2021
From left, Deputy Chief of Law Enforcement Mark King, Mechanic Johnny Fields, Mechanic Daric Butler, Support Services, Captain Mark Hooper, Patrol Captain Spencer Daniels, and Training Lieutenant Paul Maupin
From left, Deputy Chief of Law Enforcement Mark King, Mechanic Johnny Fields, Mechanic Daric Butler, Support Services, Captain Mark Hooper, Patrol Captain Spencer Daniels, and Training Lieutenant Paul Maupin

National Automotive Service Professionals Day is Saturday. In light of this occasion, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is celebrating by recognizing its Fleet Services Division for their dedicated efforts to ensure its vehicles operate efficiently and safely each day, 365 days a year.

Each day, the Fleet Services personnel work hard to keep personnel moving, whether conducting routine vehicle maintenance, rotating tires, on-site repairs, installing emergency lights and sirens, or general automotive repairs.

Please offer Daric Butler and Johnny Fields your appreciation for all they do to literally 'keep' the Sheriff's Office running, said officials. 

Mr. Butler and Mr. Fields will also be recognized on Saturday via the HCSO Facebook and Twitter Page.


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