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KDOA Staff Biographies
Roy Tittle and Nick Gerassimakis
...Roy TittleRoy Tittle is a Juvenile Detective with the Alliance Police Department's Criminal Investigations Unit, and an instructor in the KDOA program.He is, also, the commander of the Alliance Police Department's Reserve Unit and oversees the department's Explorer Post.Mr. Tittle
holds a Black Belt in TaeKwon-Do and advanced ranks in JuJitsu, and Akido.He
has been active in the martial arts for almost 20 years.Additionally, he is certified as a police defensive tactics and edged weapons instructor.Mr. Tittle
has been recognized for his
service to the Alliance community by the Victim/Witness Unit of the Stark County
Prosecutor's Office and by the World Wide Martial Arts Hall of Fame
.He is currently serving as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Alliance Chung Do Kwan Tae Kwon Do Club.
The Review - Alliance, Ohio
"The police reserves in Alliance are all volunteers," said Roy Tittle of the Alliance Police Department.He and his partner, Greg Anderson, are in charge of the reserves.Currently, Alliance has 11 volunteers in its reserves.Tittle said that the Alliance Police Reserves' duties include directing traffic after accidents, working in the Alliance City School district, and serving as extra security for Carnation Days in the Park.The reserves do their own fund raising for their equipment, he said.Tittle described McGaffick as a liaison between the police department and the reserves.
Of McGaffick's service, Tittle
never says no. He's
definitely earned his
, one of KDOA's coaches, decided at the last minute to compete the Men's Black Belt Division after a nine-year absence from the circuit.He
finished with a third place.The competition team's current Professional Karate Commission's PKC National Rankings are as follows:Advanced Divisions (based on age/gender):