Thursday, April 26, 2012


The Prince George’s County Office of the Sheriff held its 2012 Awards Ceremony and Retirement Celebration the evening of Friday, April 20th, 2012 to honor retiring civilian and sworn members, some with as many as 36 years of service.  Awards for Outstanding Service, Commendation and Merit were presented to members of each section of the agency, and the Bronze Medal of Valor was awarded to twelve sheriff’s deputies.  The 2011 Office of the Sheriff Civilian of the Year Award was presented to Mr. Ricky Barrow.  The 2011 Deputy of the Year Award was presented to Acting Sergeant Elizabeth Crumb.  The event was sponsored by the Deputy Sheriff’s Association FOP Lodge 112.

 The County’s Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Public Safety, Barry Stanton was the keynote speaker.  In his remarks he likened the progress in the Sheriff’s Office with a number of examples of “extraordinary moments in time.”

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