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12/11/13
CPD OFFICER RECEIVES ENFORCEMENT AWARD
Officer Dustin Hensley of the Clinton Police Department was recently recognized by the Governorís Highway Safety Office (GHSO) for his persistence in keeping drunk drivers off the streets of Clinton. Hensley received a DUI / Impaired Driving Enforcement award for his work from January 1 through October 1, 2013. He was nominated by Lt. Larry Miller, who heads up CPD's Governor's Highway Safety Program. The special award plaque was presented December 9th during the GHSO joint network meeting at the Holiday Inn in Knoxville.

The Clinton Police Department stresses the importance of traffic safety and strives to protect other motorists from drunk drivers. Police Chief Rick Scarbrough said: "The efforts of Officer Hensley, who has been with the department since September - 2008, has greatly assisted CPD with improving its protection in 2013."
Officer Hensley on duty.
Officer Hensley with Chief Scarbrough
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