PG Officers Receive MADD Award

PG Officers Receive MADD Award

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October 21, 2021

(Prince George, VA) –Officer Brandon Robinson and Officer Andrew Worrell Receive Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) Award.

Each year, Mothers against Drunk Drivers (MADD) takes the time to recognize the efforts of law enforcement officers throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia for their actions preventing injury and loss of life as it relates to alcohol and drug impaired drivers.  One primary way your law-enforcement officers help to prevent tragedy is by aggressively and proactively seeking and arresting impaired drivers.

On October 20, 2021, Prince George County Police Officers Brandon Robinson and Andrew Worrell were recognized, along with many other officers from the Central Virginia area, at the Richmond Regional MADD awards ceremony. Officer Robinson and Officer Worrell have excelled in the area of DUI enforcement. Their preventative, proactive enforcement efforts, along with the efforts of many of their colleagues are supported and appreciated. 

Decisions to drive impaired can have tragic, heartbreaking consequences.  Prince George County police officers remain committed to protecting life by seeking and arresting impaired drivers that chose to put others at risk.  

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Robinson and Worrell

(L) Officer Robinson (R) Officer Worrell