MADD awards 11-18-13

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Traffic Enforcement Unit
Sergeant Christopher D. Gali
Phone: 961-2332

 

Media Release

At their annual Law Enforcement Awards, Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaiʻi and Big Island Toyota honored Big Island police officers Monday (November 18)  for their outstanding efforts and dedication to preventing impaired driving and reducing underage drinking. The awards were presented at a ceremony at The Luau House in Hilo.

During the presentation, the following officers were honored for the following number of arrests during 2012:

Officer Keith Nacis, Traffic Enforcement Unit, Area I, 76

Officer Shea Nactor, Puna patrol, 27

Officer Nicholas McDaniel, Kona patrol, 21.

The “Top Cop” award went to Officer Christopher Kapua-Allison of South Hilo patrol with 104 arrests.

Additionally, Sergeant Christopher Gali of the Traffic Enforcement Unit, Area I, was awarded the Big Island Outstanding Volunteer Award.


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