Chief of Police
Chief Bosse began his Law Enforcement career in 1983. He spent 30 years with the Lexington Division of Police, where he moved through the ranks of Patrolman, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and retired at the rank of Assistant Chief of Police. He became Chief of Police for the Georgetown Police Department in April, 2012.
Chief Bosse spent 12 years working in the Bureau of Investigations with the Lexington Division of Police working most of that time in Special Investigations. In addition to his undercover and supervisory experience in narcotics investigations, he spent 15 years working with Kentucky’s Drug Courts, 5 years working a drug detection K-9, 5 years as a board member of the Fayette County ASAP Board, 3 years as Chairman of the Mayor’s Alliance on Substance Abuse, is currently a member of Scott County Against Drugs board, has been a member of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Law Enforcement Committee and was also appointed to the NADCP Board of Directors which sets standards for drug courts in all 50 states. Chief Bosse is a certified instructor for the Department of Criminal Justice Training and recognized by both Federal and State courts as an expert in the area of police administration, including the use of force by police. He has reviewed thousands of uses of force by police and has prepared reports in state and federal courts on over 50 occasions. Chief Bosse was appointed to the Board of Licensure for Private Investigators by Governor Beshear in 2014.
Chief Bosse graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2000 and has conducted numerous leadership trainings around the country.