Waynesboro PD honors officers for hard work

The Waynesboro Police Department held its Second Quarter Awards Ceremony on June 22, and Chief Michael Wilhelm awarded four Departmental Commendations to individual officers for exceptional performance as indicated below.

Officer Robert Dean and Officer Vincent Donald

These two officers were awarded Departmental Commendations for their exceptional work in planning, implementation and utilization of the department’s complex multi-unit license plate reader technology program. This program was recently recognized by the International Association of Chiefs of Police for Excellence in Technology and much of the credit for this honor is attributable to Officers Dean and Donald.

Animal Control Officer Darlene Price

Officer Price was awarded the Departmental Commendation for exceptional service during the course of a recent animal cruelty case in which she demonstrated a high degree of dedication and expertise. Her skill and knowledge were instrumental in bringing the case to a successful conclusion resulting in a conviction and significant jail sentence for the accused.

Officer Jesse Feazell

Officer Feazell was awarded the Departmental Commendation for exceptional performance while attending the 123rd Basic Law Enforcement Class at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Academy. Upon graduation he was designated as a Distinguished Honor Graduate for attaining the highest overall average in all categories of training.

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