New deputy sworn in

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Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

After a two-day delay caused by the weather, Sheriff Mark Bowen administered the Merit Deputy oath to Hamilton County’s newest officer, John Cline. A native of Indiana, Cline graduated from Indiana University in 1993 with a degree in criminal justice. He was then hired by the Cincinnati Police Dept., where he attained the rank of corporal. During Cline’s 15-year tenure with CPD, his duties also included spending time in the investigations division. He left the department in 2009 to return to Indiana with his family and became a certified fraud examiner.

Cline fills a position left vacant by a recent resignation at the sheriff’s office. He will spend several weeks in classroom training to transfer his law enforcement certification from Ohio before he begins the field-training program.

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New deputy sworn in

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Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

After a two-day delay caused by the weather, Sheriff Mark Bowen administered the Merit Deputy oath to Hamilton County’s newest officer, John Cline. A native of Indiana, Cline graduated from Indiana University in 1993 with a degree in criminal justice. He was then hired by the Cincinnati Police Dept., where he attained the rank of corporal. During Cline’s 15-year tenure with CPD, his duties also included spending time in the investigations division. He left the department in 2009 to return to Indiana with his family and became a certified fraud examiner.

Cline fills a position left vacant by a recent resignation at the sheriff’s office. He will spend several weeks in classroom training to transfer his law enforcement certification from Ohio before he begins the field-training program.

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New deputy sworn in

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Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

After a two-day delay caused by the weather, Sheriff Mark Bowen administered the Merit Deputy oath to Hamilton County’s newest officer, John Cline. A native of Indiana, Cline graduated from Indiana University in 1993 with a degree in criminal justice. He was then hired by the Cincinnati Police Dept., where he attained the rank of corporal. During Cline’s 15-year tenure with CPD, his duties also included spending time in the investigations division. He left the department in 2009 to return to Indiana with his family and became a certified fraud examiner.

Cline fills a position left vacant by a recent resignation at the sheriff’s office. He will spend several weeks in classroom training to transfer his law enforcement certification from Ohio before he begins the field-training program.

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New deputy sworn in

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Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

Sheriff Mark Bowen, left, administers the oath to Deputy John Cline, the newest addition to the patrol division, on Jan. 9. (Submitted photo)

After a two-day delay caused by the weather, Sheriff Mark Bowen administered the Merit Deputy oath to Hamilton County’s newest officer, John Cline. A native of Indiana, Cline graduated from Indiana University in 1993 with a degree in criminal justice. He was then hired by the Cincinnati Police Dept., where he attained the rank of corporal. During Cline’s 15-year tenure with CPD, his duties also included spending time in the investigations division. He left the department in 2009 to return to Indiana with his family and became a certified fraud examiner.

Cline fills a position left vacant by a recent resignation at the sheriff’s office. He will spend several weeks in classroom training to transfer his law enforcement certification from Ohio before he begins the field-training program.

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