Cullman Police Department pins 2 officers for 10 years’ service

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Sgt. Intae Suh, left; Officer Clint Sanford, right (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman Police Department (CPD) on Friday pinned Sgt. Intae Suh and Officer Clint Sanford for 10 years of service with the department. Unable to do the pinning at a city council meeting as they usually would due to attendance restrictions, and in order to maintain distancing requirements, Chief Kenny Culpepper and other staff held two separate in-house ceremonies at CPD headquarters, presenting pins and certificates to the officers at arm’s reach.

Culpepper told The Tribune, “We enjoy recognizing our officers for their service, and both of these officers have done a tremendous job. The time flies; it seems like just the other day that we were hiring them and they were just young officers, and now they’ve got 10 years’ experience. We’ve been blessed to have continuity, and have officers here that have that experience. They’ve done a great job.”

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