Morehead State Police hires new officer

Oct 13, 2019

Officer Harley Catron was sworn in Wednesday, Oct. 2, by MSU Board of Regents Secretary and Visiting Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Dr. Jacqueline Graves.
Credit Morehead State University

The Morehead State University Police Department (MSUPD) has a new member on the force with the swearing in of Officer Harley Catron Wednesday, Oct. 2. 

Catron is a graduate of Montgomery County High School and Berea College. She played softball at Berea College and competed in Italy on The National Select Team. Catron also is a graduate of the Kentucky State Police Academy and a former Bath County sheriff's deputy. She currently resides in Mt. Sterling.  

"She had good training with the police academy, and she has a good personality that will make her fit in well in a university environment," said MSUPD Chief Merrell Harrison. "I'm excited that she's accepted employment here and I think she will work well with the students, faculty and staff here at the University."  

The MSUPD has officers on patrol 24-7 to serve the campus community. For more information about the MSUPD, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/police. 

For non-emergencies, email police@moreheadstate.edu, call 606-783-2035 or use the LiveSafe app. In an emergency, always call 911.