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Law Enforcement Commendation Medal Presentation Blue Springs Police Department Sergeant Stacey Edwards Blue Springs, Missouri Saturday, April 21, 2012
The Law Enforcement Commendation Medal was presented by the Harry S. Truman Chapter on Saturday, April 21, 2012 to Sergeant Stacey Edwards, who has served with distinction and devotion in the field of law enforcement. The medal recognizes exceptional service or accomplishment in the field of law enforcement. Eligibility is not limited to peace officers but extends to the entire range of persons who make and enforce the law to include but not limited to peace officers, attorneys, judges, prosecutors and legislators who have performed an exceptional act or service beyond that normally expected.
Sergeant Edwards is a 17 year veteran of the Blue Springs Police Department and has worked as a uniformed supervisor; a school resource officer; and in investigative functions as a detective and on assignment to the Jackson County Drug Task Force.
In addition, Sergeant Edwards has served our military, including three years active duty in the United States Marine Corps and current service in the United States Air Force Reserve, a total of 12 years military experience.
Sergeant Edwards was very humble about receiving the award from the Harry S. Truman Chapter. Sergeant Edwards stated that he wanted to thank the Harry S. Truman Chapter and the National Sons of the American Revolution. He also stated that he was very proud of being chosen to receive this honorable and prestigious award. He stated that he was also very fortunate to be a member of such a great police department and very grateful to have the opportunity to work with dedicated professionals.
Left Photo (L - R): President Dirk A. Stapleton and Sergeant Stacey Edwards; Blue Springs Police Department.
Right Photo (L - R): President Dirk A. Stapleton; Blue Springs Police Department officers Sergeant Stacey Edwards and Lieutenant John M. Kingsolver, Jr.