CLINTON, MD. -- At the annual Prince George's County Crime Solvers award luncheon, detectives and deputies from the county were honored for the commitment they bring to their jobs, putting their lives on the line daily, to protect their communities by preventing and solving crime. One by one, law enforcement personnel walked up to the stage to receive their awards, punctuating their dedication to make Prince Georges County a safe community.
Prince George's County police chief Hank Stawinski told the attendees that being an officer is a twenty four hour and day, seven days a week commitment, illustrating the recent killing of Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin, the Prince George's County officer who was gunned down while assisting a citizen. Stawinski said the commitment and bravery shown by Cpl. Ramzziddin is indicative of his officers, something they do on a daily basics.
Prince George's County states attorney, Angela Alsobrook said, "Too often we don't hear about the things that go well but they do go well everyday, through the heroic actions of those who serve us, so today is a great day to acknowledge them".