People who live or work in the City of Harrison may have noticed two new uniformed police officers in the past year.
Officer Trevor Lutterbie was sworn-in to serve the Harrison Police Department in May 2019. He has been a certified Ohio peace officer since 2017 and was formerly employed as a police officer for Ross Township. Officer Lutterbie graduated from Sycamore High School. He was hired to replace Officer Scott Jenkins who retired in 2018.
Officer Corey Boyle was sworn-in to serve the City of Harrison in September 2019. He has been a certified Ohio peace officer since 2010 and was formerly employed as a police officer for Colerain Township. He is an instructor at the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy in unarmed self-defense. Officer Boyle earned a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University in 2008 and graduated from Oak Hills High School. He was hired to fill the vacancy created when Lt. Detective Terry Lowry retired in 2019.
The Department also recently promoted three officers.
Lieutenant Robert Seiter was assigned as the officer in charge (OIC) of Criminal Investigations with the rank of lieutenant detective in February 2019. He began his career as a police officer in Harrison in 2006 and was promoted to detective in 2015. In 2016, he was promoted to sergeant and in 2018, he was promoted to lieutenant and assigned as the patrol commander of the uniformed road patrol. He has been a certified Ohio peace officer since 2002 and was formerly employed as a police officer for the City of Mt. Healthy. Lieutenant Seiter earned an associate’s degree from University of Cincinnati and graduated from Roger Bacon High School.
Detective Corporal Richard S. Sak was promoted to detective sergeant in September 2019. Officer Sak began working at Harrison Police Department in 2003 and was promoted to detective corporal in 2016. He has been a certified Ohio peace officer since 1994 and was formerly employed as a deputy sheriff for the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. He earned an associate’s degree from Eric Community College and graduated from Lancaster High School.
Officer Shaun Miller was promoted to sergeant in June 2020. He began working as a police officer for Harrison Police Department in 2018 and was assigned to uniformed road patrol. He has been a certified Ohio peace officer since 2004 and was previously employed as a police officer for the City of North College Hill. Sergeant Miller graduated from Colerain High School.
City of Harrison police officers are required to complete the Civil Service appointment process, which includes written and oral exams, psychological testing, physical agility test, medical examination, stress test, drug screen, and a complete background investigation and CVSA test. Led by Chief Charles Lindsey, the department employs 21 full-time sworn officers responsible for preserving the peace, responding to law enforcement service requests and protecting life and property within the city limits. Police officers are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week to respond to calls for service, prevention of crimes, investigate criminal activity, apprehend suspects, investigate traffic accidents, and provide animal services. Officers conduct special investigations, crime analysis, effective records and evidence management and storage.
Pictured (left to right) are new City of Harrison Police Officers Corey Boyle and Trevor Lutterbie.