Kenneth Everetts

Kenneth Everetts

Field Chief of Police

U.S. Mint Headquarters

Chief Kenneth Everetts currently serves as the Field Chief for the United States Mint Headquarters, Washington, DC. He began his career with the Mint in 2008 as the Branch Chief of the Investigations and Intelligence Branch. As the Field Chief, he serves as the senior United States Mint Police Officer at the DC Field Unit.

Prior to his career with the Mint, Chief Everetts worked with the Department of the Treasury, Office of the Inspector General, Office of Investigations and the Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service. Chief Everetts in addition to his Federal Career, also served in local law enforcement with the Fairfax County Police Department and the Stafford County Sheriff’s Department.

Chief Everetts completed a military career, retiring from the U.S. Marine Corps as a Master Gunnery Sergeant in August 1998. During his military service, he was stationed at numerous state-side locations, as well as completing ten years deployed overseas which included service during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.

Chief Everetts has attended numerous law enforcement related training programs including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, National Academy Class #243 and the Federal Law Enforcement Criminal Investigator Training Program, and holds numerous instructor level certifications in law enforcement related courses.

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