Tuesday, April 26, 2016

PGPD Officers to Receive Valor Awards

They are credited with bravely confronting two armed car thieves, jumping into a frozen pond to rescue a child and racing toward a burning car to help save the driver. These Prince George’s County Police officers are among a distinguished group of public safety employees who will be honored at the 39thAnnual Public Safety Valor Awards ceremony on Wednesday.

Who:   The Honorable Rushern Baker, Prince George’s County Executive
            Mark Magaw, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Public Safety
            Chief Henry Stawinski, Prince George’s County Police Department
            Chief Marc Bashoor, Prince George’s County Fire Department
            Sheriff Melvin High, Prince George’s County Sheriff's Office
            Mary Lou McDonough, Director, Department of Corrections
            Gevonia Whittington, Director, Office of Homeland Security
            Maureen Bunyan, ABC 7 News, Master of Ceremony
            Brad Bell, ABC 7 News, Master of Ceremony

When:  Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Time:  11:30 am

Where:  Martin’s Crosswinds
              7400 Greenway Center Drive
              Greenbelt, MD

Members of the media are encouraged to attend this ceremony.

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