Alcohol Safety Action/MADD Award for Vienna Police Officer

Officer Conor Tracy recognized during annual awards ceremony.

Officer Conor Tracy recognized during annual awards ceremony.
Officer Conor Tracy recognized during annual awards ceremony.
Release, Town of Vienna Police Department:

On May 02, 2014 Officer Conor Tracy was honored for his enforcement efforts against drunk and impaired drivers. The Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP) in Fairfax County and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) held its annual awards ceremony at the Tysons Westpark Hotel in McLean.

The Annual Awards for Excellence in Community Service and Safety honored many local police officers and deputy sheriffs from various agencies for their efforts to combat drunk driving.  

Every year since 1991 VASAP and MADD have honored area law enforcement officers and others for their efforts in enforcing and prosecuting the drunken driving laws of the Commonwealth.  

Officer Tracy has been a member of the Vienna Police Department since 2011. In addition to his duties as a patrol officer, Officer Tracy is also an Intoxilyzer Operator for the Commonwealth of Virginia, a RAD. (Rape Aggression and Defense) instructor, a Patrol Rifle Operator and a Bicycle Patrol Officer. 

Congratulations, Officer Tracy!

John Strother June 04, 2014 at 12:08 PM
Now please arrest the mothers that drive on prescription pills that state not to use if operating heavy equipment. It is a known fact many mothers take a mother's little helper. I also wonder just how many MADD persons have been caught driving while impaired? I'll bet that information is not available.
righturn June 09, 2014 at 06:47 AM
I belong to DDAM(Drunck Drivers Against Mothers). You have to blow 0.10 to get in to the meetings. Actually, this bunch of MADD kooks have subverted our legal system, intimidating judges and polititians to satisfy their perverted sense of justice. Arbitrary and capricious standards threaten men with destruction of their lives and fortunes. The first volley in the "War on Men."


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