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Davis honored by Governor's Highway Safety Program

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Davis, holding plaque, is pictured with, from left, Don Nail, head of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program; Meg Miller, traffic safety specialist for Region 3 of the National Highway Traffic Safety Association; Bob Stevens of the GHSP; and Tarboro police Chief Jesse Webb. Davis, holding plaque, is pictured with, from left, Don Nail, head of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program; Meg Miller, traffic safety specialist for Region 3 of the National Highway Traffic Safety Association; Bob Stevens of the GHSP; and Tarboro police Chief Jesse Webb. Contributed

Lieutenant Christopher Davis of the Weldon Police Department was recently recognized by the North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program as Law Enforcement County Coordinator of the Year for Region 4.

“I feel honored I was nominated,” Davis said last week. “I appreciate the recognition for the work I’ve done and appreciate all the agencies that report.”
Davis is responsible for making sure all agencies in Halifax County report their data to the program, Weldon Deputy Chief James Avens said. He has been the coordinator for the past seven years, overseeing the reporting of checkpoints and different campaigns held throughout the county.
“I’m proud of him and his accomplishments and hard work as county coordinator,” said Avens. “He’s done a great job with that position.”

 

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