US investigators with the Knoxville Police Department believe Daugherty also committed similar scams in Knoxville and its surrounding areas.
What does KPD stand for?
KPD stands for Knoxville Police Department
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- Kasson Police Department (Minnesota)
- Kaua'i Police Department (Lihue, HI)
- Kernersville Police Department (North Carolina)
- Kerrville Police Department (Kerrville, Texas)
- Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
- Key Pre-Distribution
- Kilusan para sa Pambansang Demokrasya (Filipino: Movement for National Democracy; political organization)
- King of Prussia, Pennsylvania (Airport Code)
- Kivalliq Partners in Development
- Knobs Per Dollar (humor)
- Kokomo Police Department
- Kommunistiche Partei Deutschlands (German: Communist Party of Germany)
- Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands-Opposition (German: Communist Party Opposition of Germany)
- Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands/Marxisten Leninisten (Communist Party of Germany/Marxists Leninists)
- Kansas Police Dog Association (Augusta, KS)
- Kono Peace Diamond Alliance (Sierra Leone)
- Korea Package Design Association (South Korea)
- Korea Petroleum Development Corporation
- Kaiser Permanente Dental Care Program (health maintenance organization; Portland, OR)
- Kantor Pengolahan Data Elektronik (Indonesia)
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The third order received was from the Knoxville Police Department in Tennessee.
This accountability serves to build a stronger relationship with the police and leads to geo-mapping of all offenders under supervision, in which offenders are loaded into a computer tracking system at the Knoxville Police Department and this information is shared with the board.
Buchanan's foray into fingerprints began with an observation made in 1993 by Art Bohanan, a detective with the Knoxville Police Department.
Lockmiller of the Knoxville Police Department, and James Cosby, regional director of the Tennessee Board of Paroles, East Tennessee Region, Chief Philip Keith of the Knoxville Police Department had introduced community policing to the citizens of Knoxville and was reaching out to other agencies to build a collaborative network to help reduce crime in the city.