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LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

Area law enforcement agencies last night recognized officers and employees whose performance this past year was a head and shoulder above the rest.

More than 500 people attended the 23rd annual Giants of Law Enforcement Awards Banquet at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center in Longview. The annual event is presented by the Longview Centurion Club.

Longview Police Department
Casey Lawson, Telecommunications Supervisor of the Year 2013
Kim Jackson, Telecommunications Operator of the Year 2013
Sgt. Buddy Molpus, Supervisor of the Year
David Lindsey, Officer of the Year
Detective Kelly Humphrey, Detective of the Year
Brent Creacy, Rookie of the Year
Toby Cubine, Reserve Officer of the Year
Linda Roberts, Civilian of the Year

Gregg County Sheriff’s Office
Linley Treadwell, Civilian Employee of the Year
Investigator Bobby Clawson, Investigator of the Year
Joshua Smith, Detention Officer of the Year
Barry Cates, Reserve Deputy of the Year
Deputy Danny Craig, Deputy Sheriff of the Year
Sgt. Matthew Odom, Supervisor of the Year
Mark North, Exemplary Officer of the Year

Kilgore College Police Department
Branton Prestidge, Officer of the Year

Kilgore Police Department
Aaron Blair, Officer of the Year
Sgt. Vance Callahan, Supervisor of the Year
Amber Thompson, Civilian Employee of the Year
John Rowe, Investigator of the Year

White Oak Police Department
Chris Bullard, Officer of the Year
Linda Allaire, Dispatcher of the Year

Lakeport Police Department
Fred Stuckey, Officer of the Year

Texas Department of Public Safety
Trooper II John Smith III, Texas DPS Trooper of the Year

Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission
Agent Shane Krajewski, TABC Agent of the Year

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