New Council Members
The Kentucky Law Enforcement Council is pleased to announce the addition of two new council members. Chief Anthony “Tony” Lucas was recently appointed by the Governor to serve a four-year term on the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council. He represents one of the five Chiefs of Police seats on the council. Chief Lucas began his police career in May of 1991. He has served all 26 years with the Independence Police Department. During his career, he has served as a Police Officer, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel. He has been the head of the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Sections and Public Information Office serving as the media liaison. Chief Lucas is the graduate of the Northern Kentucky Leadership Program, the Criminal Justice Executive Development Program and the FBI National Academy. He will serve on the Curriculum Committee for the Council. The Kentucky Law Enforcement Council Support Staff welcomes Chief Lucas.
The second addition is a replacement for the Louisville Metro Police Department. Chief Steve Conrad will be sitting on the Council replacing Major Bridget Hallahan. Chief Conrad previously served on the Council. He will sit on the Professional Standards Committee. The Kentucky Law Enforcement Council Support Staff would like to thank Major Hallahan for her service and we welcome Chief Conrad back to the Council.