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Ogden hires constable to oversee Justice Court

Ogden hires constable to oversee Justice Court

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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- For the first time since 2003, Ogden will have a constable to oversee security, bailiffs and prisoner transport for the Ogden Justice Court.

Rob Kolkman, chief deputy for Midvale-based Court Security Services, was hired Tuesday by the City Council. He'll start on July 15.

Kolkman was chosen by a seven-member nominating committee and has been appointed by the City Council to a six-year term.

Kolkman has 27 years of law enforcement experience.


Information from: Standard-Examiner

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