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Metropolitan Police Department Recognizes Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year

Date Released: 
Wed, 06/12/2013

Metropolitan Police Department Recognizes Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year

Washington, DC—The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) along with members of the Department of Mental Health today will recognize Sergeant Michael J. Pulliam as the Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year at a ceremony at the First District Station. Sergeant Pulliam is assigned to the Sixth District and is a nine year veteran.

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