Ptlr. Fullagar Exceeds 100 Patrols For CCOP

It is with great pleasure and sincere gratitude that CCOP recognizes Patroller Neil Fullagar, also a member of our Board of Advisors, who has exceeded the 100 patrol credits mark this year!  It is quite an achievement, and a strong indication of Ptlr. Fullagar’s dedication to CCOP and our mission.  Only five other CCOP personnel have exceeded the 100 patrol credits mark to date as follows:

  • Chief Greg Carey currently holds 812 credits
  • Deputy Chief Ken Craig currently holds 807 credits
  • Deputy Chief Brian Hill currently holds 309 credits
  • Assistant Deputy Chief Kyle Wong currently holds 136 credits
  • Senior Patroller Alexander Upchurch currently holds 151 credits

Ptlr. Neil Fullagar, CCOP

CCOP Outstanding Volunteer Commendation Bar


In recognition of this 100 patrol credits milestone, Ptlr. Fullagar will be presented with the CCOP Outstanding Volunteer Commendation pin and certificate during our next monthly volunteer meeting in January of 2018.

Please take a moment to congratulate Ptlr. Fullager when you next see him.  We could not do, all we accomplish for the community, without the dedication and support of volunteers such as Ptlr. Fullagar and you.

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