Submitted photo Patrolman Ronny Flynn received the Fredericktown Police Chief’s 2017 Appreciation Award for educating Fredericktown students on safe driving practices during prom season.

Submitted photo

Patrolman Ronny Flynn received the Fredericktown Police Chief’s 2017 Appreciation Award for educating Fredericktown students on safe driving practices during prom season.

 

FREDERICKTOWN — Fredericktown Police Department Patrolman Ronny Flynn received the Fredericktown Police Chief’s 2017 Appreciation Award for going above and beyond his duties in educating students on the dangers of distracted driving.

Chief Roger Brown said, Patrolman Flynn received the Chief’s 2017 Appreciation Award in recognition of his commitment and effort to educate and protect the students of Fredericktown Local Schools prior to 2017 prom season. Flynn planned and organized a mock crash event that provided students with information on the dangers of distracted driving and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Flynn joined the Fredericktown Police Department in September 2015. Prior to joining the police department, Flynn worked at the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office as a dispatcher and corrections officer, Brown said.

 

 

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