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34th Annual Governor's Crime Prevention Awards

Glen Burnie, MD - On Tuesday, February 4th, 2014, the University of Maryland Police Department (UMPD) was awarded the Governor’s Crime Prevention Award at the 34th Annual Governor’s Crime Prevention Awards ceremony. In order to receive this award, UMPD must successfully demonstrate and provide services and educational material to the community relating to crime prevention and security.

UMPD recognizes and congratulate Mr. Wyatt Clough, who received the Governor’s Crime Prevention Award for Community Groups, Organizations, and Individual Citizens on February 4th, 2014. To receive this award, Mr. Clough, who works for the IT Services Department at the Stamp Student Union, demonstrated outstanding contributions by being proactive in the field of crime prevention and security when it comes to the inventory of University owned property.  

Thank you Mr. Clough for all of your hard work and dedication!

Picture Above L to R: Major Calvert, Wyatt Clough, Stephanie Payne-Roberts (Asst. Dir. of IT Services at Stamp Student Union), and Sgt. Kenner