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Rick McCubbin Jr.

Chief of Police

Bardstown Police Department

HQ Phone: (502) 348-6811

Email: r***@***.com

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Bardstown Police Department

212 Nelson County Plaza

Bardstown, Kentucky 40004

United States

Company Description

The Bardstown Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of police and public safety to the citizens of Bardstown and its guests. We will strive to accomplish this by maintaining a workforce of highly skilled personnel dedicated to th ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Faculty

Elizabethtown Community & Technical College

Education

Southern Police Institute

bachelor of science

administration

University of Louisville

master's degree

criminal justice

American Military University

Web References (198 Total References)


"I must regretfully inform you that ...

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"I must regretfully inform you that due to irreconcilable differences with the Mayor's Office and the newly appointed command staff of the Police Department; my last day will be Monday, May 1, 2016," Brandon wrote in a letter to Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin.

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McCubbin confirmed Brandon's resignation Friday, and said the city was losing a good officer.
"We've lost yet another very experienced officer," McCubbin said.
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McCubbin said five officers had recently left the force, some of them the most experienced officers on the force.
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McCubbin said another officer who had been offered a position and accepted recently withdrew, citing the turmoil with the department and the city as his reason for turning down the opportunity.
"We basically lost somebody before we had him," McCubbin said.
McCubbin said he has had four other officers who are still on the force come to him and ask his to be a reference because they had applications out seeking police jobs elsewhere. McCubbin said he expects to lose more officers besides those, as well.
"It could be eight to 10 very shortly," he said.
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Royalty notified McCubbin that the mayor was promoting narcotics detective McKenzie Mattingly to captain and assistant chief and officer Brad Gillock to lieutenant and demoting Roby and Brandon to patrolmen.
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McCubbin, in a reply to the mayor's email, asked the mayor to reconsider, and said the mayor's unilateral action without consulting his police chief relegated McCubbin to no more than a "figurehead."
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McCubbin on Friday said he felt badly for the officers in his department and the city at large.
"The total impact of this was not thought out at all and now we are feeling the impact," McCubbin said.


"I must regretfully inform you that ...

www.kystandard.com [cached]

"I must regretfully inform you that due to irreconcilable differences with the Mayor's Office and the newly appointed command staff of the Police Department; my last day will be Monday, May 1, 2016," Brandon wrote in a letter to Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin.

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McCubbin confirmed Brandon's resignation Friday, and said the city was losing a good officer.
"We've lost yet another very experienced officer," McCubbin said.
...
McCubbin said five officers had recently left the force, some of them the most experienced officers on the force.
...
McCubbin said another officer who had been offered a position and accepted recently withdrew, citing the turmoil with the department and the city as his reason for turning down the opportunity.
"We basically lost somebody before we had him," McCubbin said.
McCubbin said he has had four other officers who are still on the force come to him and ask his to be a reference because they had applications out seeking police jobs elsewhere. McCubbin said he expects to lose more officers besides those, as well.
"It could be eight to 10 very shortly," he said.
...
Royalty notified McCubbin that the mayor was promoting narcotics detective McKenzie Mattingly to captain and assistant chief and officer Brad Gillock to lieutenant and demoting Roby and Brandon to patrolmen.
...
McCubbin, in a reply to the mayor's email, asked the mayor to reconsider, and said the mayor's unilateral action without consulting his police chief relegated McCubbin to no more than a "figurehead."
...
McCubbin on Friday said he felt badly for the officers in his department and the city at large.
"The total impact of this was not thought out at all and now we are feeling the impact," McCubbin said.


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Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement Monday afternoon. McCubbin resigns position as police chief

Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement late Monday afternoon.
In a statement released around 4:50 p.m., McCubbin said:


Bardstown Police Chief ...

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Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement Monday afternoon. McCubbin resigns position as police chief

Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement late Monday afternoon.
In a statement released around 4:50 p.m., McCubbin said:


McCubbin resigns position as ...

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McCubbin resigns position as police chief

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Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement late Monday afternoon.
Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement Monday afternoon. Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin announced his retirement Monday afternoon.
In a statement released around 4:50 p.m., McCubbin said:
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Your chief, Rick McCubbin"
McCubbin said he would not be providing additional comments besides the statement as of Monday.
McCubbin's resignation as chief of police came a little more than a week after Bardstown Mayor John Royalty unilaterally demoted two of McCubbin's command staff and promoted two others, one of which is a personal friend of the mayor's. McCubbin's resignation as chief of police came a little more than a week after Bardstown Mayor John Royalty unilaterally demoted two of McCubbin's command staff and promoted two others, one of which is a personal friend of the mayor's.
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Email correspondence between McCubbin and Royalty released Friday in response to an open records request by The Kentucky Standard revealed that McCubbin was blindsided by the mayor's decision to promote Detective McKenzie Mattingly to assistant chief and Patrolman Brad Gillock to lieutenant.
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Email correspondence between McCubbin and Royalty released Friday in response to an open records request by The Kentucky Standard revealed that McCubbin was blindsided by the mayor's decision to promote Detective McKenzie Mattingly to assistant chief and Patrolman Brad Gillock to lieutenant.
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McCubbin was recovering from surgery when he received Royalty's directive on March 29.
McCubbin pleaded with the mayor to reconsider in an email reply on April 4, in which he wrote that he had been trying to reach the mayor to no avail.
"I am respectfully asking you to rescind your email directive dated Tuesday, March 29, 2016 until such a time that you and I can discuss the ramification of this directive," McCubbin wrote. "To say a 'shit storm' will be created by this directive is putting it mildly."
McCubbin also took issue with the mayor's lack of communication to the chief, stating "It is obvious that my position is invalid and unnecessary due to others having your ear and completely removing me as the department head."
Less than an hour before McCubbin released his statement, he told the mayor about his decision.
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Royalty said McCubbin had already been looking at other employment before his decision to restructure the Bardstown Police Department, including the position of state police commissioner.
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McCubbin has been with the Bardstown Police Department for just over five years. He also served 15 years with the former Louisville Police Department and eight years with the U.S. Marshals Service.

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