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Law Enforcement Recognitions

Law Enforcement Honorees

Monthly Honorees

January 2018

         U.S. Coast Guard

                Gregory Sanchez: Boarding Officer

         Morro Bay PD

                Bonnie Johnson: Support Manager

                Jeremy Painter: Senior Officer

February 2018

            CHP

                    Kiley Harrigan: Public Safety Dispatcher

March 2018

            Calif. State University PD

            Cuesta College PD

April

May

June

July

August 

  Probation:

  FBI:

September 2017

Atascadero PD:

Ann Hochstetler, Support Super. Serv.

Rene Vasquez, Police Corporal

Paso Robles PD:

Adam Ketchum, Police Officer

Samantha Lehnhoff, Dispatcher

October 2017

 Pismo Beach PD

                  Officer: Chris Siglin

                  Dispatcher: Theresa Rabaut

November 2017

        San Luis Obispo PD

                  Detective Chris Chitty

                  Communication Supervisor: Mark Anselmi

December 2017

       No Honorees: Christmas Party

Kiley Harrigan

CHP Public Safety Dispatcher

CHP Public Safety Dispatcher

Kiley Harrigan began her career as a CHP Public Safety Dispatcher just over 4 years ago. In that short time, she has established herself as a self-motivated professional, who willingly takes on many other assignments. Over the past few years she has become very involved with the San Luis Obispo Area Squad Club, including planning the various events throughout the year. Her active involvement with the annual Christmas party, Easter egg hunts and Golf tournament unquestionably helps to make each of them a success. She is also very involved with the office softball team, and works tirelessly to make it a fun time for everyone.<br /> As frequently documented on her annual reviews, her interpersonal skills are a definite asset, and demonstrated through her teamwork and dedication to duty. Over her relatively short tenure she has handled a variety of noteworthy incidents ranging from tragic to joyful, but each with professionalism.<br /> Last year, because of her proven ability, she was asked to begin training a new employee. Her positive attitude and willingness to work adjusted shifts & hours ensures our Center has sufficient shift coverage and truly represents the tenets of CHP PRIDE.<br /> Kiley is a definitely becoming an outstanding Public Safety Dispatcher and is deserving of this acknowledgement of her outstanding service and her dedication and commitment to the citizens of the State of California.

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Calif. State University PD & Cuesta College PD

Calif. State University PD & Cuesta College PD

Coming Soon