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Sheriff’s office gives awards

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The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office held an awards ceremony yesterday to recognize the accomplishments of those within the agency who excel at what they do. Staff, co-workers, family and friends were in attendance.

Sheriff Johnson presented the awards and stated, “I am extremely proud of your accomplishments and what you do for the citizens of Alamance County and this agency.” The awards given were:

Deputy John Maness received the ACSO Life Saving Award for his actions of administering CPR which saved a life.

Drone coordinator and Pilot Walter Britt (L) and Drone Pilot Deputy Ethan Hutt (R) each received the ACSO Life Saving Award after the team located an older adult lying in a field near her home, who had been reported missing the previous afternoon. Overnight temperatures fell below freezing during the night. Using their drones, Britt and Hutt directed searchers to the victim’s location who gave her medical care and transport to the hospital.

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Corporal Phillip Lowe received the ACSO Life Saving award after applying a tourniquet to the leg of a victim of an accidental gunshot wound. Cpl. Lowe’s actions was credited to have saved the victim’s life.

Christie Ursery, ACSO Civil Division Administrative Assistant, received the ACSO Employee of the Month Award for her work in creating an improved and efficient system to track the status of child support warrants.

Major Chris Crain received the Advanced Service Award for over 29 years of Law Enforcement Service.

Sergeant Joey Holmes received the Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate for the attainment of training and educational objectives commensurate with the role of a Law Enforcement Officer.

Sergeant Connor Rice received the Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate for the attainment of training and educational objectives commensurate with the role of a Law Enforcement Officer.

Officer Tracey Coble received the Advanced Service Award for over 20 years of service and the Advanced Detention Officer Certificate for the attainment of training and educational objectives commensurate with the role of a Law Enforcement Officer.

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