FLORENCE, Ariz. (April 9, 2019) – On Tuesday April 9, 2019, Pinal County Attorney’s Office held their National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 3rd Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Night.
Law enforcement professionals across Pinal County received recognition for going beyond the call of duty during the event. County Attorney Kent Volkmer welcomed about 165 law enforcement, family, and other community members to the Anthem Grill in Florence for the award ceremony.
“We need to show law enforcement our appreciation. By holding an event like this it allows our law enforcement partners to share inspirational messages and stories recognizing their hard work,” Kent Volkmer said.
Additionally, Victim Services Manager Teresa Fuller, spoke about why the annual event is important to Pinal County Attorney’s Office Victim Services Division.
“Our awards evening is important to us because it gives us the opportunity to recognize law enforcement officers in Pinal County. We want to recognize the dedication that our law enforcement demonstrate to ensure our victims’ voices are heard, rights are upheld, and that justice is served,” Victims Services Manager Teresa Fuller said. Pinal County Attorney’s Office wants to congratulate the award recipients. We want to thank our law enforcement partners for their hard work and dedication.
Apache Junction Police Department
Officer Joe Lucero Officer George Ruan
Casa Grande Police Department
Detective Brian Walsh
Central Arizona College Police Department
Officer Brenda Erickson
CoreCivic Red Rock Correctional Center
Case Manager Joshua Fullmer
Eloy Police Department
Detective Sharonda G. Dean
Florence Police Department
Officer Jarrod Ballard
Hayden Police Department
Officer Robert Youdelman
Kearny Police Department
Officer Anthony Clubb
Mammoth Police Department
Sergeant Michael Green
Maricopa Police Department
Officer Donnie Burnias
Pinal County Sheriff’s Office
Detective Randall W. Snyder
Superior Police Department
Officer Tyler Hall
Pinal County Attorney’s Office
Investigator Mike Keck
Deputy County Attorney Amy Diedrich
Deputy County Attorney Matt Reed