Clearwater Police Citizen Volunteer Doris Krause Receives Citizen Patrol Volunteer of the Year Award
Clearwater Police Citizen Volunteer Doris Krause was presented the Citizen Patrol Volunteer of the Year Award ?by National Association Citizens on Patrol (NACOP) October 6, in Chino Hills, Calif., at its Annual NACOP Conference.
Doris Krause has been the eyes and ears of the Clearwater Police Department for the past ten years. Now all eyes will be on Krause as she is honored with the Citizen Patrol Volunteer of the Year Award. Krause is a retiree and has been with the CPD Citizen Volunteer Program since November 2001, but was very active prior to that through groups and organizations like Neighborhood Watch.
Krause has worn many hats in the Volunteer Program. She has served on the Park Patrol, Beach Patrol, and Homeland Security Patrol. Krause also is a member of the Quick Response Team and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with disasters, major crime scenes, or other situations that may arise.
Krause is 79 years old and is a four-time cancer survivor. CPD is proud Krause is a part of the CPD Citizen Volunteer Program and thanks her for her dedication and hard work.
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