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Q: Post Sept. 11, security and court officers are dealing with new and more dangerous obstacles from the creative weapons people carry to new technology. How do you deal with that?
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A: I've experienced it in Malden District Court in June. Initially I thought it was going to be a rough transition, but it went pretty smoothly. We've been telling the regulars about the Oct. 21 ban and announcements have been made in the courtrooms. People will get used to it.
Q: What about the new cellphone ban?
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A: I'm very hands on. What I bring to this job is an understanding of the job. I know that Lowell District after a long weekend is going to need extra bodies for crowd control, so I'm working in first session. (During the interview, Tkachuk stops Prada Sling Bags to help check someone through Lowell District Court security).
A: In general, it is important to have good people skills to defuse any potentially difficult situation. Our mouths are our biggest assets.
Q: Why a court officer?
bans all cellphones in Lowell District Court. There is a concern about recording or taking photos of victims and witnesses in cases and splashing their faces all over social media, making them targets. By banning cellphones, it removes those concerns.
A: My dad wanted me to go in to the Fire Department and I always scored well on the (Civil Service) tests, but after college (Salem State College with a criminal justice degree) there were no jobs. I got lucky and got a job with the Trial Court.
Q: You worked your way up?
A: I started off working the front door (security) at Lowell District Court for 1 1/2 years. The pay was low, only $19,000 a year, but I wasn't married and still living at home (Medford) so I was just happy to be working. After that I became a court officer and overnight your pay doubles. . From day one I can honestly say I've loved this job.
Q: People are attached to their cellphones. Are you ready for complaints?
Q: When did you become chief?
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A: I'm really proud of my younger brother (They are 11 months apart). We both played sports, but I didn't grow Rolex Datejust 36mm Black Dial
Lowell Chief Court Officer Kevin Tkachuk posts a sign announcing the court's cellphone policy. SUN/LISA REDMOND
Q: What is the background or history of the name Tkachuk?
A: I was named chief on July 8. I oversee court officers and associate court officers (security) in Lowell District, Lowell Superior, Lowell Juvenile and Ayer District courts. I try to be in all the courts every day. I'm in Ayer a couple times a week. I have a great staff that knows what they are doing.
A: As of Oct. 21, we will be implementing an order by (Lowell District Court Acting Presiding) Judge (Thomas) Brennan that Rolex Gmt Master Ii Blnr Batman
brother who is a former pro hockey star, a mother and sister who are longshoremen, a wife who is a lawyer, and a father who is a retired captain of the Boston Fire Department, Kevin Tkachuk had big aspirations to live up to. He may have done it. At 42, Tkachuk, a 17 year veteran court officer, is one of the youngest chief court officers in the state.
Q: You are very visible in the various courthouses, which has not always been the case of your predecessors?
(he is now 6 feet, 3 inches tall and 235 pounds) until I was in college. I was a late bloomer. But I got to see a lot of hockey games and go see the Olympics.
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