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Posted on: June 5, 2023

Ozark Police Department welcomes new officers

images of new officer jennyfer ramirez and micah rodgers being sworn in at city hall

The Ozark Police Department welcomed two new police officers, Jennyfer Ramirez and Micah Rodgers, on May 30 and 31, respectively. Both Ramirez and Rodgers recently graduated from the Drury University Law Enforcement Academy. 
Ramirez, originally from Mexico, currently serves in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. Upon coming to the United States, Ramirez and her family settled in Missouri where she then obtained her U.S. citizenship.  Her passion for being a police officer comes from her desire to care for and serve others.  Ramirez and her family live in Springfield. 

Rodgers, originally from Colorado, served in the United States Navy as an Aviation Structural Mechanic. He was stationed in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. After leaving the Navy he moved to Missouri and ultimately pursued his dream of becoming a police officer. Rodgers says he's excited to serve the community and is looking forward to a long and well-rounded career with the Ozark Police Department. Rodgers and his family live in Ozark. 
Welcome to Ozark Officer Ramirez and Officer Rodgers! 
The Ozark Police Department has welcomed six new officers so far in 2023 and continues to consider qualified candidates to join the force. To find out more, click here. 

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