CVE Region 3 Officer of the Year


Courtesy of KSP In June at an awards ceremony in Lexington, Officer Tyler Teaney with the KSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division received the Officer of the Year award for CVE Region 3 Georgetown, Kentucky. Teaney who formerly worked CVE Region 3 in northern Kentucky recently transferred back to his home region and covers CVE Region 4 (Bell, Knox and Harlan counties). Teaney was nominated for his high levels of activity and outstanding performance in law enforcement. A graduate of Bell County High School and Somerset Community College, he is the son of Bob and Genea Teaney, of Pineville. Teaney, of Pineville, is married to his wife Nettie Teaney and has one daughter.


Courtesy of KSP

In June at an awards ceremony in Lexington, Officer Tyler Teaney with the KSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division received the Officer of the Year award for CVE Region 3 Georgetown, Kentucky. Teaney who formerly worked CVE Region 3 in northern Kentucky recently transferred back to his home region and covers CVE Region 4 (Bell, Knox and Harlan counties). Teaney was nominated for his high levels of activity and outstanding performance in law enforcement. A graduate of Bell County High School and Somerset Community College, he is the son of Bob and Genea Teaney, of Pineville. Teaney, of Pineville, is married to his wife Nettie Teaney and has one daughter.

Courtesy of KSP In June at an awards ceremony in Lexington, Officer Tyler Teaney with the KSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division received the Officer of the Year award for CVE Region 3 Georgetown, Kentucky. Teaney who formerly worked CVE Region 3 in northern Kentucky recently transferred back to his home region and covers CVE Region 4 (Bell, Knox and Harlan counties). Teaney was nominated for his high levels of activity and outstanding performance in law enforcement. A graduate of Bell County High School and Somerset Community College, he is the son of Bob and Genea Teaney, of Pineville. Teaney, of Pineville, is married to his wife Nettie Teaney and has one daughter.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_CVE-Teaney.jpgCourtesy of KSP In June at an awards ceremony in Lexington, Officer Tyler Teaney with the KSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division received the Officer of the Year award for CVE Region 3 Georgetown, Kentucky. Teaney who formerly worked CVE Region 3 in northern Kentucky recently transferred back to his home region and covers CVE Region 4 (Bell, Knox and Harlan counties). Teaney was nominated for his high levels of activity and outstanding performance in law enforcement. A graduate of Bell County High School and Somerset Community College, he is the son of Bob and Genea Teaney, of Pineville. Teaney, of Pineville, is married to his wife Nettie Teaney and has one daughter.
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