Friday, April 09, 2010
(New Windsor) – County Manager David P Fanslau, Commissioner of Public Safety Richard A. Martinkovic, and Sheriff Michael Schiff attended the Mid-Hudson region Stop-DWI coordinators awards ceremony Thursday in New Windsor, to witness six law enforcement officers from Sullivan County honored as Top Cops by the Stop-DWI program.
The honorees were: Officer Michael G. Davis of the Village of Monticello Police Department; Sergeant Scott A. McAfee of the Village of Liberty Police Department; Deputy Sean Grady and Deputy Joseph Gagliardo of the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office; Trooper Brian T. Christofferson and Trooper David J. Myers of the New York State Police Troop F in Liberty.
The awards ceremony was part of the Mid-Hudson Region 27th Enforcement/Prosecution Conference of the Stop DWI New York program. The keynote address was presented by Jason Booher, Assistant Principal and Head Boys Basketball Coach of Shelby Valley High School in Pikeville, Kentucky. Mr. Booher survived the Carrollton, Kentucky school bus accident in 1988 that is the worst DWI accident in history.
For more information about this press release, please contact David Fanslau, County Manager, at 845-807-0450.