Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 31, 2016
Daniel Boggs Retirement
Held Every Rank On
Collinsville Police Force
Retired May 31st
Also School Resource Officer
Captain Daniel Boggs was joined by his wife Lindsey and daughter Trinidy at a retirement reception held at Collinsville City Hall Tuesday May 31, 2016 on his last day as a Collinsville Police Officer. Daniel has served the city for 15 years (+ 7 in Skiatook) and plans to take a long family vaction soon.
Daniel received keepsakes and kind words from his fellow officers and city employees. Both Police Chief Richey and City Manager Polk said they tried to convince Captain Boggs to stay but that he is looking forward to a "change".

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Police Officer - The City of Collinsville is seeking to hire a full-time Police Officer. Job duties shall include, but not be limited to, upholding the law, writing reports, working closely with our schools and court duties. Applicants must be CLEET certified or be able to obtain certification. Applicant must also have a strong community relationship. Applicants must be over 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, no felony convictions, pass a thorough background check, meet all CLEET requirements and posses a valid Oklahoma driver's license with a good driving record. Applications are available at the Collinsville City Hall located at 106 N. 12th Street or email application & resume to Resume’s must be accompanied by an application. -- posted 5/23/2016