Law enforcement training facility named in Cash’s honor |  News

Law enforcement training facility named in Cash’s honor | News

Law enforcement training facility named in Cash’s honor |  News

Gov. Andy Beshear and other officials broke ground Monday on a new law enforcement training facility in Richmond that was named in honor of Princeton native Jody Cash, who served as a chief deputy with the Calloway County Sheriff’s Office. Cash was killed in the line of duty in May 2022.

State and local officials, staff members from the Department of Criminal Justice Training, as well as members of the Cash family, joined Beshear for the groundbreaking. According to the governor’s office, the Jody Cash Multi-purpose Training Facility will be a 42,794-square-foot facility with a 50-yard, 30-lane firing range designed for officers to learn intensive and specialized training. Construction is expected to be completed in 2025.

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