2018 TOP COPS
FLORIDA Miami-Dade Police Department Detective Terence A. White Sr. Detective Charles L. Woods
Butte-Silver Bow Law Enforcement MONTANA Sergeant Tim Berger Lieutenant John O'Brien Officer Rich O'Brien Montana Highway Patrol
Trooper Thomas Gill Trooper Timothy R. Wyckoff Powell County Sheriff Department
Deputy Austin Micu
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department NEVADA Sheriff Joseph Lombardo Sergeant Josh Bitsko Sergeant Greg Everett SWAT Officer Levi Hancock Officer Richard Golgart Officer Casey Clarkson Officer Brady Cook
Atlantic City Police Department NEW JERSEY Detective Thomas McCabe Officer Josh L. Vadell
New York City Police Department NEW YORK Detective Joseph Ayala Sergeant Keith Bryan Port Authority Police Bus Terminal Command
Police Officer Jack Collins Police Officer Anthony Estevez Police Officer Sean Gallagher Police Officer Anthony Manfredini Police Officer Drew M. Preston Sergeant Hector Martinez Sergeant Victor R.Talamini Lieutenant Miriam Rubio
OHIO Englewood Police Department
Patrol Officer Tim Corcoran
TEXAS San Antonio Police Department
Patrolmen Julio Cavazos
Alexandria Police Department VIRGINIA Officer Nicole A. Battaglia Officer Alexander Jensen Officer Kevin Jobe United States Capitol Police
Special Agent David J. Bailey Special Agent Crystal J. Griner
Everest Metro Police Department WISCONSIN Detective Sergeant Dan Goff Detective Leah K. Long
NAPO Supports National Runaway Prevention Month
October 24, 2013
November is National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM). NAPO is an official partner of NRPM, which is co- sponsored every year by the National Runaway Safeline and the National Network for Youth. The goals of NRPM are:
To raise awareness about the issues that runaways and homeless youth face, and
To educate the public about solutions to preventing youth from running away from home.
When a youth runs away, the impact is felt throughout the entire community. Working together to identify resources and to help youth develop life skills can make the difference between a youth running away and/or finding needed resources.
For information on activities sponsored by NRPM, please visit the following site: . NAPO is hopeful that our members will consider participating in some of the activities sponsored by NRPM,which will raise awareness about this important issue http://www.1800runaway.org/promote/prevention_month/what_is_nrpm/.
We appreciate your consideration. If you have any questions about NAPO's involvement with NRPM, please contact Melissa Nee at: