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The Lawrenceburg Police Department got a makeover in 2004. New uniforms were approved for the officers the year before at a cost of about $16,000, said Police Chief Tommy Burris. Burris said while he did not know when the city last got new uniforms for the police department it had been at least 10 years. The uniforms also included a new patch that was designed by the committee that had selected the uniforms. Unique to the local police department, it sported features distinct to the town, including the courthouse in the center and 24 stars that represented the original number of communities in Anderson County when in it was established in 1820. Standing outside the courthouse, members of the Lawrenceburg Police Department displayed their new uniforms in 2004. Pictured front row, from left are Det. Mike Schell, Sgt. Tommy Vaughn, Chief Tommy Burris, Lt. Chris Atkins and Sgt. Steve Clark; second row: Officer Scott Jones, Officer Chad Cox, Officer Joseph Brock, Officer Dawn Chrisman and Officer Jason Briscoe; back row: Officer Phillip Crane, Officer Joseph Saunier, Officer Thomas Fournier and Officer Anthony Likins.

 Compiled by Janie Bowen

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