Bradshaw Assigned to Serve as Commander at the Findlay District Headquarters
Columbus – On July 18, Staff Lieutenant Anthony C. Bradshaw was promoted to the rank of captain by Colonel Richard S. Fambro, Patrol superintendent. Captain Bradshaw will transfer from his current assignment at the Columbus District Headquarters to serve as commander at the Findlay District Headquarters.
Captain Bradshaw joined the Patrol in May 1997 as a member of the 129th Academy Class. He received his commission in November of that year and was assigned to the Dayton Post. In 2003, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and transferred to the Batavia Post to serve as an assistant post commander. As a sergeant, he also served in the Public Affairs Unit and at the Dayton Post. In 2006, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and transferred to the Public Affairs Unit to serve as commander.
As a lieutenant, he also served in Fiscal Services. In 2010, he was promoted to the rank of staff lieutenant and remained in Fiscal Services. As a staff lieutenant, he also served in Security Services as the Legislative Liaison, Facility Management, Fleet and Logistics, Technology/LEADS and Security and Communications.
Captain Bradshaw earned a Bachelor of Science degree in police administration from Eastern Kentucky University in 1997. He completed training at the FBI National Academy in 2010. He also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Franklin University in 2020.
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