Employee Spotlight

Ofc. Drew Tittle Share

Nov 1, 2019  |  Layla Price-Bodkin

Offi­cer Drew Tit­tle joined the Mar­i­on Police Depart­ment on June 13th, 2006.

Since 2008, he has been active with the Emer­gence Response Team (ERT) in addi­tion to his basic duties. 

In 2009, Ofc. Tit­tle began tak­ing cours­es to become a cer­ti­fied instruc­tor. His pri­ma­ry skill is in Emer­gency Vehi­cle Oper­a­tions (EVO), hav­ing tak­en advanced cours­es in the over­all field of EVO, spe­cial­iz­ing in per­form­ing the Pur­suit Inter­ven­tion Tech­nique (PIT).

Tit­tle also has advanced knowl­edge from cours­es on Human Trafficking. 

Ofc. Tit­tle has been a Field Train­ing Offi­cer (FTO) for about five years, help­ing to train new officers.

This sum­mer, Tit­tle received the Medal of Mer­it from the MPD Chief’s Office for admin­is­ter­ing life-sav­ing med­ical treat­ment on a gun­shot victim. 

Also this year, Ofc. Tit­tle received a grant of three speed detec­tion units val­ued at approx­i­mate­ly $8,400.00 after tak­ing ini­tia­tive to apply for them as part of lead­ing the Oper­a­tion Pull Over” effort.

Ofc. Tit­tle is a past recip­i­ent of the Chron­i­cle Tribune’s Read­ers’ Choice: Grant County’s Great­est” in the police cat­e­go­ry (2013).

Chief Angela Haley remarked, Drew is a sol­id officer…very pro­fes­sion­al, per­son­able, fam­i­ly-ori­ent­ed, and real­ly cares about the com­mu­ni­ty he polices. He’s done a great job tak­ing over OPO, and has been doing an over­all fan­tas­tic job for the police department.”

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