City Pays Tribute To Louisville’s First Black Female Police Officer

The Louisville Metro Police Department remembered its first black female officer with a memorial headstone Tuesday.

Officer Bertha Whedbee joined LMPD in 1922, decades before the Civil Rights movement and only two years after women got the right to vote.

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