Port Angeles Police Department names new detective sergeant

Kori Malone selected as PAPD Detective Sergeant.

Kori Malone selected as PAPD Detective Sergeant.

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Police Department has announced that Sergeant Kori Malone will serve as the department’s detective sergeant.

In addition to leading the detective division, Malone will continue to supervise the department’s crisis negotiators.

Malone started her law enforcement career as a patrol officer with the Sequim Police Department before transferring to the Port Angeles Police Department in 2009.

She holds a Bachelors degree in psychology from Western Washington University in Bellingham and a Master’s degree in criminal justice from Boston University in Boston, Mass.

The detective division specializes in the investigation of crimes against children, suspicious deaths and violent crimes, they are also qualified to provide impartial investigations into the use of deadly force by other law enforcement agencies.

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