Posted on Oct 25, 2017
The Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club, at its October 17, 2017 luncheon, recognized this year’s Public Safety professional from the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department.
Annually the Club recognizes an outstanding public safety professional from the Police Department.  This Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club program demonstrates and shows appreciation to the individuals who do so much to protect our community.  The leadership of the Police Department selects an outstanding individual from their department to receive this award, recognizing the individual’s dedication and service to our community.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Officer Elaine Moore.  She is a prime example of the great women and men of the KCK Police Department who are protecting us every day.  Officer Moore, who is the department’s Juvenile Engagement Coordinator, was introduced by Police Chief Terry Ziegler.  He shared highlights of Officer Moore’s professionalism and leadership including her work with homeless students while she was a School Resource Officer and starting a food distribution for families at the schools.  Elaine’s husband Bill accompanied her and Chief Ziegler at the award presentation.
Pictured (left to right):  KCK Police Chief Terry Ziegler, KCK Police Office Elaine Moore, and KCK Rotary Club President Fred Zimmerman