Mothers Against Drunk Driving Tennessee thanked law enforcement officers statewide, and Rutherford County Sheriff's Deputy William Travis received the Middle Tennessee Top DUI Enforcers award for sheriff's offices in Middle Tennessee.
If 74 specialty plates are not purchased in communities like Murfreesboro by June 30, MADD will subsequently lose $15,000 in annual funding.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving or MADD issued a release stating the organization is in danger of losing a key piece of funding if it fails to maintain 500 license plates in circulation by June 30.
SRO Jason Urban received the award given to an officer who "excels in exhibiting compassion to drunk driving victims, partnering with youth on underage drinking prevention or taking a proactive approach by implementing programs or enforcement campaigns to reduce DUI injuries and fatalities in their jurisdiction," MADD reported.
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