Please join the City of Roseville on May 15, as the Police Department recognizes Police Officers for their outstanding police work in the past year. The City will also recognize several private citizens for their assistance to the Roseville Police.
Officer Boua Chang and Officer Travis Steinberg will receive Lifesaving Awards.
Retired Sgt. Greg Levendoski will receive the Eric Christensen Leadership Award. This award is given to an officer who distinguishes him or herself by superior accomplishments or continuing long-term professional involvement using leadership skills, which make a significant contribution to the Roseville Police Department and its law enforcement mission.
Officer Bryan Anderson, Officer Brady Martin, Sgt. Josh Arneson and Sgt. Sean Johnson will receive Awards of Merit. Awards of Merit are given to officers for outstanding performance of duty under unusual or difficult conditions. These acts involve protection of life or property and unusual thoroughness, conscientiousness, determination and initiative.
Thirteen officers will receive Unit Citations at the awards ceremony. Unit Citations are awarded for exceptional police work or accomplishments that involve personal danger or adverse conditions. This award recognizes teamwork by two or more officers.
Officers to receive Unit Citations include Detectives Jamie Baker, Matt Brake, Jen Engh, and Mark Ganley, Sgt. Sean Johnson and Officers Grant Dattilo, Kyle Eckert, Jason Gehrman, Matt George, Tom Gray, Brady Martin, Sean Mooney and Erin Reski.
Thirteen officers will receive Traffic Wings for their efforts in accident reduction through traffic enforcement. Officers include Joe Adams, Al Blanshan, Lacey Blizek, Grant Dattilo, Jason Gehrman, Tom Gray, Mike Holtmeier, Kevin Johnson, Dennis Kim, Nick Olson, Mike Parkos and Travis Steinberg and Lt. Lorne Rosand.
The award ceremony will be at 4:00 pm at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive. The community is invited to celebrate their accomplishments.