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Officer Creamer,

In January 2019 from a medical hospital you transported me to a place called the sobering center which gave me a place to sober up without receiving a public intoxication charge which would have given me a record at 21. If I had been charged with public intoxication and not been transported to the sobering center, I would have lost my ability to work in my chosen field. Because you were willing to transport me to the center, I still have the opportunity to follow through with my dreams. Thank you so much for helping me that night and letting me know I can start again one day at a time.

-V.T.

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Making a difference is a section where APD posts anonymous officer commendations from citizens.

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