A Warren County police officer and the county’s long-time probation chief have been acknowledged for making constructive impacts of their communities.
On the forty second PA DUI Annual Convention Oct. 27 and 28 in Lancaster, Conewango Township Police Officer Jason Woodin, who can be a part-time officer with Youngsville Borough Police, obtained the Prime Gun Award.
The Prime Gun Award “is given to native and state police throughout the commonwealth who’ve made a number of DUI arrests of their respective areas and made a huge impact on freeway security,” Youngsville Borough Police Chief Todd Mineweaser stated. “I imagine Officer Woodin is the primary native officer to be given this award in Warren County.”
Retired Warren County Grownup Probation Division Chief “Carl McKee was awarded the Workers Alternative Award for an individual or group that gives exemplary assist to the Pennsylvania DUI Affiliation,” Mineweaser stated.
The awards should not given out throughout — there isn’t one winner from every county.
“Many state troopers and native legislation enforcement attend yearly,” Mineweaser stated. “4 totally different awards got and Warren County took house two of the 4. Tells me we have now some very precious service suppliers in our space.”
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