Posts filed under: Law Enforcement Support

May Mission Moment  Officer Nicholas Galinger Chattanooga, Tennessee Police Department  End of Watch February 24, 2019 Police Officer Nicholas Galinger was struck and killed by a vehicle in the 2900 block of Hamill Road at 11:00 pm, on February 24,...
National Peace Officers Memorial Day By: Ron Replogle MADD National Law Enforcement Initiatives Manager As many of you know, today is National Peace Officers Memorial Day.  Thousands of law enforcement officers and their families are gathered in our Nation’s Capital...
MADD May 2022 Officer of the Month  The 616 Officers who made the Ultimate Sacrifice and gave their lives in the line of duty protecting America in 2021. “It is not how these officers died that made them heroes, it...
April Focus on Impaired Driving Enforcement and “420” By – Joe Abrusci Project Manager Drug Evaluation & Classification Program – Eastern Region International Association of Chiefs of Police   Marijuana use and 420 celebrations are becoming more mainstream as additional...
“The police had him” A mother’s heart felt story of losing her daughter to a drug impaired driver who was earlier stopped by police. By – Kristine Villatoro   On the morning of February 19, 2019, I was rushing to...
MADD April 2022 Officer of the Month Chief Ryan Kinnan Auburn Police Department, California   MADD National selects Chief Ryan Kinnan as our Officer of the Month for April 2022.  Chief Kinnan is the Chief of the Auburn, California Police...
MADD March 2022 Officer of the Month Deputy Thomas Klemke Jefferson County Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office   MADD National selects Deputy Thomas Klemke as our Officer of the Month for March 2022.  Deputy Klemke is with the Jefferson County Wisconsin Sheriff’s...
“I did not choose this path; it has chosen me” By Brittney Lamb   It was December 14th, 1997. I was going on a special outing with my Aunt Julie – to see a performance of the Nutcracker in Denver....
Traffic Safety in Today’s World What do we know, what do we see and what must we do? “traffic safety IS public safety”  Assistant Chief William P. Georges, Ret. Albany, New York Police Department Chair, Traffic Safety Committee New York...
How Everything Changed in a Split Second By: Jeff Kudlacik As far back as I could remember, I wanted to be a doctor. I had always been fascinated with helping people and doing whatever I could to make someone’s life...