Police Officer Wendell Ishmon Second District Officer of the Year

Recognized at Awards Luncheon held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014

February 25, 2014 | 2 min reading time
Officer Wendell Ishmon and Chief Sam Dotson
Photo by @SLMPD Twitter account Title: Portrait of Police Officer Wendell Ishmon and Chief Sam Dotson at the Awards Luncheon on Feb. 25, 2014.
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 The Second District Police Business Association held its 21st Annual Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014.  Recognized at the ceremony were the:

 2013 Officers of the Month

January - Police Officer Gregory Bushart & Police Officer Kyle Brewer

February - Police Officer Jeremy Davis

March - Police Officer Wendell Ishmon

April - Police Officer Russ Christian & Police Officer Nicholas Dibble

May - Police Officer Luther Tyus & Police Officer Nathaniel Jordan

June - Police Officer Stephanie Rogers

July - Police Officer Gregory Rodden, Police Officer Nicola Orlando & Police Officer Melissa Chavez

August - Police Officer Wendell Ishmon

September - Police Officer Michael Missel

October - Police Officer Jonathan Vandasdale & Police Officer Steven Fanz

November - Police Officer Jeff Stege

December - Police Officer Jeremy Davis

 and the 

2013 Officer of the Year 

Police Officer Wendell Ishmon

Officer Wendell Ishmon was selected by his peers as the 2013 Officer of the Year for the Second District.  Officer Ishmon is an 18-year veteran with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.  He has consistently demonstrated his leadership skills to fellow officers on his platoon and his duties as a Field Training Officer.

During the past year, Officer Ishmon conducted 99 arrest and assists, resulting in 102 felony, misdemeanor, and city ordinances charges.  He also issued more than 160 traffic citations, answered more than 1,640 radio assignments and wrote more than 150 police reports.

Officer Ishmon has only missed one day of work since becoming a member of the Department.  His commitment to duty and to the residents and businesses of the Second District has earned him the title of Officer of the Year for 2013.


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