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On 17 Nov 2009, Corporal T. Edwards and Corporal D. Bigley were awarded the first very Cleveland County Sheriff Office, Certificate for Appreciation for   meritorious service for participating in the Cleveland County Sheriff Office, Halloween Safety Program, “Lots of Treats, but No Tricks.” Their outstanding professionalism and devotion to duty resulted in the success of this program.  The program incorporated two large housing subdivisions in the Northwest corner of Cleveland County, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, which are the Lake Ridge and Hunter’s Place Additions.  They interacted with both children and parents throughout the evening in a manner which strengthened the relationships between the community and law enforcement.  There were several hundred children and adults that participated in this event.  Their outstanding performance, dedication to duty was keeping with the finest traditions of law enforcement and reflects great credit upon himself, and the Cleveland County Sheriff Office.               

 

 On 17 Nov 2009, Sergeant D. Piazza  Shift I, Patrol Division-Operations was awarded the first every Cleveland County  Sheriff Office CCSO, Certificate of Commendation for meritorious service for orchestrating the Cleveland County Sheriff Office, Halloween Safety Program, “Lots of Treats, but No Tricks.” outstanding and energetic leadership, professionalism, initiative and devotion to duty, resulted in establishing this program.  This program set the standard and should be emulated by other police agencies as an example of effective community policing.  The program incorporated two large housing subdivisions in the Northwest corner of Cleveland County, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, which are the Lake Ridge and Hunter’s Place Additions.  demonstrated excellent skills in assembling the men and equipment.  The equipment involved was patrol vehicles, command post trailer, and three wheel motorcycles.  Through retail store donations he received over a hundred pounds of candy.  Several hundred children and adults participated in the event.  His actions as stated by a home owner in Lake Ridge, resulted in an expanded positive benefit for all residents, which strengthened relations between law enforcement and the community.” His outstanding performance, dedication to duty was keeping with the finest traditions of law enforcement and reflects great credit upon himself, and the Cleveland County Sheriff Office.