Three members of the Rocklin Police Department – Officer Brandon Olivera, Officer Dan Groff and Volunteer Frank Yoschak – are confirmed to receive PLEA (Placer County Law Enforcement Agencies) awards.
Officer Brandon Olivera has been selected to receive the Bronze Medal of Honor. Officer Olivera was nominated for his distinguished five-year service to the Placer County Special Investigations Unit (SIU), where he established himself as a dedicated, talented and successful narcotics agent.
Officer Dan Groff has been selected to receive a Life Saving Award for an act of bravery in January 2008.
Volunteer Frank Yoschak has been selected to receive the Volunteer Recognition of Service Award. Frank Yoschak is a dedicated, reliable, and versatile volunteer. Since he started as a volunteer in 2002, Frank Yoschak has donated more than 1,800 hours.
The awards will be presented at the 2008 PLEA awards ceremonies in Rocklin in November 2008.
PLEA is comprised of each police chief, law enforcement department head, the Chaplaincy director and the Sheriff in Placer County.
Each year this group of law enforcement executives receives and selects nominations for law enforcement awards throughout Placer County to recognize distinguished acts of bravery, meritorious service, life saving and special awards such as the Mark White Award and the Chaplaincy Award.
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