They serve and protect, and today, the Exchange Club said thanks to some top Savannah-Chatham police officers. They recognizing some of the best behind the badge, including Patrol Officer Darren Mitchell, Officer of the Year. He's retired military, and police work is in his blood.
"It was always a childhood dream for me, serving and protecting the society, and I enjoy doing it," he said.
Also honored today, Sgt. Cedric Phillips is Supervisor of the Year, Det. Laprentice Mayes is Investigator of the Year, and Elizabeth Holmes is Civilian of the Year.
Reported by: Michelle Paynter, email@example.com
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