Covington police officer promoted to sergeant

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Andrew Endicott, a patrolman and SWAT member for the Covington Police Department, was promoted to the rank of sergeant at the Covington Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday night. Endicott has been on the force for seven years and will be assuming the role of sergeant following the retirement of another force member.

Andrew Endicott (left) shakes hands with Covington Police Chief Brian Valenti. Photo by Nathan Granger | LINK nky

“This is a bittersweet moment for me,” Endicott said. “I absolutely love being a patrolman. I look forward to leading as a supervisor and welcome this new challenge with the city.”

Endicott thanked his wife and family, the city and other members of the force for their support.

“Thank you to those who have guided me along the way,” Endicott said, “from the chief’s office, my entire family and my friends inside and outside the police department.”

Endicott will assume his new role beginning Oct. 1.

Endicott and his family at the Covington Commission meeting Sept. 26, 2023. Photo by Nathan Granger | LINK nky

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