Monday, January 09, 2012

Clatsop County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy, Paul Williams Chosen "Commander Of The Year" By Oregon State Sheriff's Association

January 9, 2012
County Sheriff’s Office
Clatsop County’s Chief Deputy Paul Williams is honored at the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association annual meeting in December as the Enforcement Commander of the Year for the State of Oregon.
Chief Deputy Williams was chosen as Commander of the Year for his work and efforts related to the Sheriffs Association and for the hours of dedicated service to the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office and to the citizens of our County.
Often as Sheriff, I call upon Paul to develop, strategize and analyze problems troubling not only our organization but issues within the County regarding Public Safety. Paul is truly an amazing individual who definitely deserved this award.
Paul is accountable and uncompromised ethically. I am very proud of Paul for this State wide recognition and can say beyond any doubt that he is one of the Clatsop Counties best assets.
I have included some of his efforts for the last few years and if there are any further questions please give me a call.
Thank you.
Sheriff Tom Bergin

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