The Kenton County Honor Guard is comprised of volunteers from within the agency who maintain high levels of appearance and professionalism. The primary role of the Honor Guard is to provide honors to our fallen comrades during funeral services.
They also serve as the “Color Guard” by displaying and escorting the national and state flags during official ceremonies. The Kenton County Honor Guard can be seen doing flag ceremonies, parades, and three volley salutes throughout the county and region. Kenton County also participates in the regional Honor Guard and Rifle team comprised of members from multiple agencies in the area.