Stafford Sheriff's Office Gets 1st Place Traffic Safety Award
The contest was the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Challenge.
The Stafford County Sheriff's Office won a first place traffic safety award in the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police's Law Enforcement Challenge.
"This challenge awards law enforcement agencies for excellence in overall traffic safety enforcement, community education and low traffic fatality and accident rates," said Stafford County Sheriff's office spokesman Bill Kennedy.
Sheriff Charles Jett, Master Deputy Mike Powell and Deputy First Class Jason Forman accepted the award on behalf of the Sheriff’s Office at the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference in Roanoke last week. Kennedy said the sheriff's office has now entered the International Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Challenge where it will be judged against law enforcement agencies around the world.
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