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PTC Police receive state award

The Peachtree City Police Department was one of several law enforcement agencies to win big last week when the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) hosted its 12th Annual Governor’s Challenge Awards at the Macon Centreplex.

An annual recognition program of law enforcement agencies of all sizes and from all over the state, the program features recognition in seven different categories based on department size as well as several other specialty categories.

Peachtree City Police Department won 1st place in Category 4: 51-100 Officers.

Designed to award outstanding achievements in highway safety enforcement and education, the awards recognize agencies for the approach and effectiveness of their overall highway safety programs. Agencies are evaluated not just for enforcement initiatives, but for innovative problem-solving in their communities, using public information activities, and creating departmental policies that support their traffic enforcement campaign efforts.

“I want to congratulate Chief Skip Clark commanding such a hard working group of law enforcement officers,” said GOHS Director Harris Blackwood. “This award is indicative of their dedication to keeping their communities safe and free from dangerous drivers.”

“The agencies that win a Governor’s Challenge Award have gone the extra mile not only in their enforcement activities, but the professionalism in their work,” said GOHS Law Enforcement Services Director Ricky Rich. “We look forward to recognizing them every year for their efforts to keep our local roads and state highways as safe as possible.”

For more information about Georgia’s Governor’s Challenge Program, visit or call 404-656-6996.


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