Loganville City Council recognizes Sgt. Warren as LPD Police Officer of the Year

Sgt. Jonathan Warren was chosen as Loganville Police Department Officer of the Year for 2019 and was recognized at the December City council Meeting. The award was presented to him at the annual LPD holiday banquet on December 10, 2019. He was chosen for the award by his peers at LPD.

Loganville Police Department 2019 Officer of the Year Sgt. Jonathan Warren with Loganville Mayor Rey Martinez after being recognized at the December Loganville City Council meeting on Dec. 12, 2019. Photo credit: Sharon Swanepoel

“Each year, every officer may cast one ballot for the award, including command staff officers, and each vote counts the same as any other,” said Loganville Assistant Police Chief Dick Lowry.

The criteria for selection  may include one or more of the following:

–          A single or series of courageous acts in the line of duty;

–          A sustained, high level performance of duty;

–          Service to the community;

–          Service and dedication to the Agency;

–          Professionalism and ethical conduct, both personally and professionally;

–          Positive and professional interaction with peers and fellow employees.

Warren is veteran law enforcement officer with more than 19 years’ experience. He has been with the LPD since September 2002 and has held his current rank since January 2014.

“Sgt. Warren is a hard- working, dedicated police officer who always puts the needs of his community first. He is well respected by the citizens of Loganville, his fellow officers and city employees,” Lowry said. “He is a strong shift supervisor that we can always count on to perform at the highest level, and has time and again proven his ability to make timely, well thought out decisions under extreme stress. This recognition by his peers was certainly hard earned and very well deserved.”

 

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