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Making A Difference

I work as a SANE nurse. On multiple occasions I have witnessed Officer Morgan #8215 take police reports for sexual assault survivors. He does an amazing job with interviews. He is extremely patient and careful with his words and body language. He makes our survivors feel very comfortable. This week I witnessed him training a new officer. He was patient and took the time to teach him how to be an effective interviewer while still being kind. He's a credit to your police force.

Thank you,

A.B.

 

 

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

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