Taking an oath

-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Webster County Magistrate Steve Kersten swears in three new Webster County Sheriff’s Department/Fort Dodge Police Department reservists Thursday evening at the Law Enforcement Center. They are Austin Promes, at left, Jordan Osier and Mitch Lunn, right. Each officer has completed 260 hours of training during the last 18 months and makes a committment to working 30 hours per quarter. Webster County Sheriff Jim Stubbs, who was once a reservist himself, welcomed them. “It’s a good feeling to serve the people of Webster County and Fort Dodge,” he said.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Freshly sworn-in Webster County Sheriff’s Department/Fort Dodge Police Department reservist Jordan Osier signs his oath Thursday night as fellow reservist Austin Promes waits his turn. Reservist Mitch Lunn, also freshly sworn in, enjoys a few words with Magistrate Steve Kersten. The reservists will be helping out in various ways such as large public events and major crime scenes. They are actually paid $1 per year.


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