2014 DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES OF THE YEAR:
Medal of Valor: Awarded to employees of the Department who, while acting in an official capacity, distinguish themselves conspicuously by heroic action above and beyond the call of duty, in an extremely dangerous setting, where a strong possibility existed they could have suffered serious injury or death.
Sergeant Kevin Johnson
Officer Raymond Garcia
Officer John Spoolstra
Officer of the Year: A sworn officer, below the rank of sergeant, who has demonstrated exemplary job performance and/or other accomplishments that far exceeds the exceptional level expected of a sworn officer.
Officer Brian Smith
Civilian Employee of the Year: A civilian employee who has demonstrated exemplary job performance and/or other accomplishments that far exceeds the exceptional level expected of their position.
Crime Analyst Julie Romano
Supervisor of the Year: A supervisor of the rank of sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and civilian supervisor or manager who has demonstrated exemplary job performance and/or accomplishments that far exceeds the exceptional level expected of their position.
Sergeant Scott Winks
Award of Merit: Any employee of the Huntington Beach Police Department who has exhibited outstanding performance during the year that consistently reflects exemplary work that far exceeds the exceptional level expected of their position.
Lieutenant John Domingo
Distinguished Service Award: Any employee of the Huntington Beach Police Department who displays continued excellent work, achieves significant accomplishments that positively impact the department and community, and model the Organizational Values of the Department throughout their career.
Retired Sergeant J. Barry Case
Retired Communications Operator Jeanne Criss
2014 ELKS STREET COPS AWARD WINNERS:
Patrol: Officer John Mauger
Aero/Traffic: Officer Jack Paholski
Investigations: Detective Jaime Lopez
Support Services: CSO Vicki Slominski
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