Vallejo Police Officers Awarded by Flock Safety For Operation PEACE Team Achievement
Posted on 09/01/2021

Officers Daniel Callison, Zachary McKenna and Christopher Hendrix were all nominated for their extreme dedication, work ethic, teamwork, and investigative skills in making the City of Vallejo a safer place. 

Vallejo Police Sergeant Kyle Wiley nominated the officers, who together comprise the four member Operation PEACE team tasked with arresting prolific violent offenders and removing firearms from the streets of Vallejo. Winners were selected based on the company’s values of "doing the work, optimism with a plan, and embracing change to grow." Nominees and winners were also assessed based on their positive impact to public safety as well as their effective and thorough use of the Flock automated-license plate reader system. 

Flock Safety Award WinnersThe PEACE Team officers exemplified exceptional work ethic and teamwork while using the LPR technology to assist them in locating prolific violent offenders. From January 2021 to August 2021, the three officers recovered 69 illegal firearms, made 125 felony arrests and recovered 18 occupied stolen vehicles. 

“These officers consistently prove their dedication to service day in and day out and exemplify the true meaning of being a police officer,” Sergeant Wiley stated. “I am impressed with their achievements in 2021 and it is a pleasure to work with them.” 

Flock Safety received more than 100 submissions to the Solved Awards from law enforcement agencies throughout the country. Congratulations to Officers Callison, McKenna and Hendrix on this outstanding achievement! 

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