ATLANTA — The Hall County Sheriff’s Office and Northeast Georgia’s State Patrol Troop B both won second place honors at the annual Governor’s Challenge Awards on Friday.
Sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the event’s goal is to award achievement in highway safety enforcement and education.
The sheriff’s office won second in the 251-500 officer category. State Patrol Troop B won second in the patrol category.
GOHS Law Enforcement Services Director Ricky Rich said, “The agencies that win a Governor’s Challenge Award have gone the extra mile not only in their enforcement activities, but the professionalism in their work. We look
forward to recognizing them every year for their efforts to keep our local roads and state highways as safe as possible.”
Copyright Glory 1330 2013