Patrol Division


Patrol Officers

Ptl. Jeremy Witt

Ptl. Rob Masters

Ptl. Zack Taylor 

Ptl. Richard Kisor



K-9 Officers


Communications officers, often called DISPATCHERS, are normally the first point of contact citizens have with the Jackson Police Department. Emergency calls made to 9-1-1, administrative calls to the police business lines and walk-in visits to the police station are initially handled by our radio communications personnel.

Our communications officers do much more than answer the phone and dispatch patrol officers to calls. Communications Officers at the Jackson Police Department prepare criminal complaints (affidavits), notarize documents, operate the Law Enforcement Automated Data System (LEADS) computer, answer 9-1-1 emergency calls, dispatch local fire departments, and handle radio and telephone calls for city utility departments during non-business hours. If you're interested in monitoring the daily activities of the Jackson Police Department, simply program your scanner for 159.09 MHz. Our FCC callsign is KQB-910. While some police agencies discourage monitoring official police communications, the Jackson Police Department encourages it. Monitoring allows the community to understand what the police department does and how it works. We have also received many valuable and timely tips from scanner listeners, helping officers locate wanted persons and vehicles and making arrests on criminal activity in progress.
Communications Officers 

Robert Campbell

Aaron Riley

Part Time Communications Officers

Administrative Assistant / Communicaitons Officer 
 Charles Bock


The Jackson Police Department maintains a force of auxiliary officers who assist the fulltime officers of the department. The members of the auxiliary are all fully trained and certified law enforcement officers, carry weapons and have full arrest powers. These officers donate their time and energy and provide their own uniforms and other equipment. They provide a valuable service to the community by assisting the fulltime staff during the busy evening hours and at special events such as the Jackson County Apple Festival, Pig Iron Days and other city festivals and special functions.

If you are interested in joining the Police Auxiliary, e-mail