Lou and Linda Van de Vorst presented 9 officers from the Saskatoon Police Services the Van de Vorst Family Police Recognition award for their extraordinary work in keeping the roads safe in and around Saskatoon. One officer was unavailable for a photo. MADD Van de Vorst Award was presented to four more officers in October
SGI receives a national award for its efforts to stop impaired drivers (SGI media release)
Saskatchewan takes home 2 national awards for fighting impaired driving (Globalnews)
On August 23rd 6 officers received their awards from Lou and Linda Van de Vorst. Five received the gold challenge coin award and one officer received the silver challenge coin award. We were joined by Eva Bissonnette and Ariel Feindl from SGI, and Sergeant Sheldon Hamm and Chief of Police John Garnet from Corman Park Police Service. Very proud of…
"Close to 200 people came by our display and most also chatted with the MADD volunteers. The partnership we have with MADD is a model for other organisations and I truly appreciate all the efforts made by you and the various volunteers. Together, we are making a huge impact." Staff Sergeant Patrick Barbar Community Support Division/Traffic
Signs honoring Quinn Stevenson the baseball player whose life was taken by an impaired driver and the work of MADD in Saskatoon. The signs were placed just off centerfield at Cairns and Leakos fields, which are part of the Gordie Howe Sports Complex.
Lou and Linda Van de Vorst had the opportunity to present RCMP officers who were recipients of the Van de Vorst Family Award for Excellence in Prevention for 2019. The recipients were: Cst Braden Stan-Lanigan, Cst Jason Wiebe-Humboldt, Cst Matthew Sansoucy-Craik, Cst Kevin Wilson-Kindersley, Cst Bryan Marchuk-Warman, Cst Lucas Jakubec- Martensville, Cst Gary Pepin-Radisson and Mark Wright-Biggar. Thank you for…
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