Williams named Police Officer of Year

Tyler Williams was honored as 2017 Police Officer of the Year during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Here, he is flanked by Mayor Lew Starling and Police Chief Donald Edwards. Williams was nominated by his peers and selected for the award by police officials and former award recipients. He joined the department just a couple years ago and Edwards said he has been ‘at the forefront’ of community programs. ‘He exemplifies what we look for in a police officer,’ the chief said. -

Tyler Williams was honored as 2017 Police Officer of the Year during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Here, he is flanked by Mayor Lew Starling and Police Chief Donald Edwards. Williams was nominated by his peers and selected for the award by police officials and former award recipients. He joined the department just a couple years ago and Edwards said he has been ‘at the forefront’ of community programs. ‘He exemplifies what we look for in a police officer,’ the chief said.

Tyler Williams was honored as 2017 Police Officer of the Year during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Here, he is flanked by Mayor Lew Starling and Police Chief Donald Edwards. Williams was nominated by his peers and selected for the award by police officials and former award recipients. He joined the department just a couple years ago and Edwards said he has been ‘at the forefront’ of community programs. ‘He exemplifies what we look for in a police officer,’ the chief said.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_officer-of-year.jpgTyler Williams was honored as 2017 Police Officer of the Year during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Here, he is flanked by Mayor Lew Starling and Police Chief Donald Edwards. Williams was nominated by his peers and selected for the award by police officials and former award recipients. He joined the department just a couple years ago and Edwards said he has been ‘at the forefront’ of community programs. ‘He exemplifies what we look for in a police officer,’ the chief said.