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KPD Releases Compelling Recruitment Video Highlighting Commitment to Serve and Protect

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September 2023

KINGMAN – The City of Kingman Police Department (KPD) is excited to announce the release of a captivating recruitment video aimed at inspiring individuals to join the ranks of law enforcement and serve their community with honor and dedication.

The video, which can be viewed on the City’s social media channels provides a powerful glimpse into the life of a police officer and showcases the department’s unwavering commitment to maintaining safety and security within Kingman. 

Featuring a diverse group of officers engaged in a range of activities, from patrolling the streets to engaging in community outreach programs, the video conveys the multifaceted nature of the profession. It emphasizes that becoming a police officer is not just a career; it’s a calling to make a genuine difference in the lives of fellow citizens. 

Prospective officers are encouraged to consider the profound impact they can have by choosing a career in law enforcement. The video underlines the importance of trust-building, fostering connections, and creating positive change on a daily basis. It also emphasizes the rigorous training and preparation required to meet the demands of the job, both physically and mentally. 

The recruitment video concludes with a compelling call to action, inviting individuals who are ready to embrace the challenges and rewards of a career in law enforcement to join the KPD’s dedicated team of officers. As they take pride in safeguarding their community, KPD emphasizes the values of honor, integrity, and service that guide their work. 

“We believe that serving as a police officer is one of the most noble professions one can choose,” says Police Chief Rusty Cooper. “We are excited to welcome new recruits who share our passion for protecting and serving our great community.”

Individuals interested in pursuing a career with the City of Kingman Police Department are encouraged to visit for more information and to begin their application process.

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