Kenneth Hopton is a 26-year veteran as Pennsylvania State Constable in the City of Coatesville. His duties include warrants of arrest, civil process, and transporting defendants to and from county facilities. A graduate of Coatesville Area Senior High School, he has completed mandated state courses administered by Temple University in reference to the Act 49 Constable Training Curriculum as well as elective courses offered by PCCD in the use of force in the Commonwealth. He was recognized and awarded Accommodations of Heroism by the Pennsylvania State Constables Association in Harrisburg for his action in interrupting a bank robbery and arresting the suspect in Coatesville in August 1996. He and his wife Kathy have three children, and two grandchildren. He regards his biggest assets as the ability to listen to and fairly evaluate each person individually and professionally, and to ensure justice no matter what the situation.
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