April Sworn Employee of the Month

April 2019 Sworn Employee of the Month, Bill Albus

Bill Albus
Division of Fire Safety

April Non-Sworn Employee of the Month

April 2019 Non-Sworn Employee of the Month, Kasey Green

Kasey L. Green
Food Service Manager
Missouri State Highway Patrol

Bill Albus, an Investigator with the Division of Fire Safety, has been selected as the Department of Public Safety April 2019 Sworn Employee of the Month.

Bill, a 28-year Division of Fire Safety veteran, has conducted thousands of fire cause and origin investigations during his career. They have included serial arsons, homicides, and, the most difficult cases, child fatalities. His knowledge, experience and reputation are unmatched, and despite his seniority, he willingly assists other investigators during scheduled off days.

A training officer for many years, Bill has been working to pass on his expertise and highly professional approach to the job to the next generation off fire investigators.

Bill also serves his community as a dedicated volunteer firefighter with the Little Dixie Fire Protection District, rising to the rank of Assistant Fire Chief during his 40 years there. A member of the Fire Fighters Association of Missouri, Bill has faithfully served as a volunteer during the Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial Weekend services since their inception.

Prior to joining the Division of Fire Safety, Bill worked for the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office and the Mexico Department of Public Safety  for a total of 10 years.

Fire Investigator Bill Albus has set an exemplary example of public service for his fellow Department of Public Safety employees.

Kasey L. Green, with the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Training Academy, has been selected as the Department of Public Safety April 2019 Non-Sworn Employee of the Month.

Since 2016, Kasey has been the food service manager for the training academy kitchen, which serves meals to thousands of students each year – both Patrol recruits and others from around the state attending academy training classes.

Kasey is being recognized for the management techniques, efficiencies and healthy diet options he has brought to the academy food service. By closely tracking food usage, preference and expenses, the food service was able to reduce food expenditures by 33 percent within two years.

While bringing a variety of options to the menu, Kasey has continued to reduce unit costs.

Kasey knows his staff and relies on their strengths. He leads by example, striving to improve the productivity, performance, knowledge, and abilities of his employees.

Congratulations, Kasey! You have set an outstanding example for your co-workers throughout the Department of Public Safety.


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