SRO’S HONORED FOR JOBS WELL DONE
Wednesday, October 30, 2002
Starting at 8:30 a.m.
6900 State Road 84
Broward Sheriff Ken Jenne will announce the second recipient of the Charles Bingham Award and honor several other School Resource Officers for their outstanding contributions. Winners will be announced at the Annual BSO School Resource Officers’ Awards breakfast sponsored by the Broward County School District tomorrow morning at the Signature Grand starting at 8:30 a.m.
This special award is in honor of the late BSO Lt. Charles Bingham, a longtime supervisor of the SRO program. Bingham was a proponent of the SRO program and a strong believer of community policing. His distinguished 31-year-old career ended at BSO on May 7, 2000, when he died unexpectedly. Lt. Bingham not only left a strong impression on BSO, but he was well known for his service to his Lauderhill community. In February 2001, northwest 49 Avenue in Lauderhill was renamed Charles Bingham Avenue.
The recipient of the Charles Bingham Award will be given $1,000 to use toward his or her child’s college education. This award is open to all Broward County SRO’s.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office recognizes the vital role School Resource Officers play in the lives of children. SRO’s provide a safe environment for learning, act as role models, counsel at-risk students, and work closely with families to ensure the children will stay out of trouble. They also participate in a variety of public events and functions to promote a positive relationship between law enforcement and the entire community.
This report by:
- Winner Dep. Tim Irvin - Sheriff Ken Jenne and Dep. Tim Irvin
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