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The Loveland Police Division was awarded the Gold Service Award from the American Automobile Association (AAA) at the organization’s annual awards banquet on November 28th. Last year the Police Division received the Silver Award.
Each year, police agencies in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area are eligible to participate in the AAA Traffic Safety Program. This is a national program that entails various safety efforts within a community, including traffic enforcement, traffic education in our schools, participation in multi-jurisdictional Task Forces, and customized initiatives designed to make streets safer.
Many Loveland Police Officers collaborated throughout the year to provide training and education, enforcement, and advertisement in Loveland to highlight traffic safety. Officer Mike Adamson prepared this year’s application. “I am proud of the Police Division and the efforts of our officers to promote traffic safety in Loveland,” said Police Chief Tim Sabransky. “Traffic related issues continue to be a priority for our residents and we have responded to that concern with a variety of programs that were recognized with our AAA award.”
The AAA awards are presented to participating communities based on their efforts to improve local traffic safety. Several other Hamilton County and Northern Kentucky agencies also were recognized for their traffic safety efforts.