Our Board

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President
Eddie Hawkins

“It is indeed an honor and a privilege to extend well wishes and blessings to you and your family.  On behalf of The Sentinel Police Association, I will always pray for safety and health for you and your family.”

Eddie D. Hawkins


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Vice President
Marcus McNeil
I have been on the department for 17 1/2 years, serving in Districts 5, 4, Dst-4 COP Team and Investigative Unit.
I am currently assigned to Homicide and also a member of the SWAT Negotiation Team.
I have been selected to co-chair the FOP Grievance Committee.
I have been a Sentinel member my whole career. My objective is THE MEMBERSHIP FIRST. There are many chains to be broken, together is the only way to break them.  I look forward to leading the SPA as Vice President. 

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Business Manager
Ron Avant

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Treasurer
Olivia Greer-Brown

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Financial Secretary
Stewart Issacs

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Recording Secretary
My name is Alisha Stevenson.  I have worked the City of Cincinnati for 11 years as a police officer.  I have been assigned to District’s two, four, and five, the Neighborhood Liaison Unit, the Quality of Life Team and I am currently a School Resource Officer.  I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a Minor in African American Studies and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.  My husband Joseph and I have a one year old son and are foster parents through Lighthouse Youth Services. I have been a Sentinel member my entire career and I am excited to serve on the Execute Board.  I strongly believe in fairness and community and I will work diligently to accomplish the mission of the organization.


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Corresponding Secretary
Sabreen Robinson

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Chaplain
Louis Arnold Sr.
I have been a resident of Cincinnati my entire life. Have been married to the same woman (Crystal) for 41 years, a father of three young men (Louis II, a police officer also, Gibran and Isaiah) a grandfather of four ages (8, 13, 17and 21). He is an active member of the community of Kennedy Heights, was active in The Boys Scouts of America, coaching High School football (DOHN Community School) and has been involved in Foster Care for over ten years. My wife and I have helped raise over 20 teenaged boys. I have been an officer for over seven years, at present I am assigned to the Chief’s Office as Faith Based Community Liaison Officer for the greater Cincinnati area, greatly involved in the faith communities. Assist with the development of Faith Alliances throughout the city; this is a partnership with the faith community, the police department and the community at large. The Faith Alliances assist with meeting the needs of the community which they are located in. I have worked patrol in District 1 and District 3. I am the oldest graduating recruit in the history of the Cincinnati Police Department (55 years of age when I graduated in the winter of 2008). When someone says they are “living the dream” I am truly “Living the Dream”
An Ordained Minister and Bible Teacher, that uses the principles of the Bible as a guide post for my life the lives of my children, grandchildren and any other persons that I my come in contact with. Assisting with turning boys into quality men is my greatest desire.


PictureCorey Bonner

Sergeant-at-Arms
My name is Corey Bonner. I have been a police officer with the City of Cincinnati for almost 10 years. I’m a member of the peer review panel and the peer support team. I also represent police officers at the Citizens Complaint Authority and Internal Investigation Section. Outside of being a police officer, I serve on the deacon board at my church and coach numerous youth sports in the community. I am proud to serve as the Sergeant-at-Arms for the Sentinel Police Association. Please contact me if I can ever assist you in any way.
“Forever Vigilant, Forever Strong”


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City Hall Liaison
Wiley Ross