CVPD Officer Alicia Chudy named recipient of CA State MADD Hero Award for her work in combatting DUI.
Sacramento – Individuals, agencies and organizations from across the state will be honored by MADD California for their work and dedication to Eliminate Drunk Driving. The 14th Anniversary of the MADD California Statewide Law Enforcement & Community Recognition event – Together We Can - will be held on March 26, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento.
MADD recognizes law enforcement officials, government agencies and community advocates from throughout the state, who have gone beyond the call of duty to combat drunk driving, educate the public on the effects of this violent crime and who have done their part in maintaining safer roadways and communities.
MADD expects nearly 700 people from 53 of California’s 58 counties to attend the gala. The MADD California Hero Award will be presented to approximately 200 individual officers, departments, state park agencies, media, and community partners whose actions and policies are aligned with MADD's mission to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
The California Statewide Law Enforcement & Community Recognition event is not just an awards ceremony; it is a powerful medium acknowledging the courage and strength of the members of our community who stand up every day to make us safer.
Officer Chudy has led the charge against DUI in the City of Chula Vista.
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