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Home  |  News  |  Sheriff Leon Lott named the 2012 National D.A.R.E. Executive of the year.

Sheriff Leon Lott named the 2012 National D.A.R.E. Executive of the year.
Thursday, July 26, 2012

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - For the last 16 years Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott has lead the Department with the philosophy and management style set on the corner stone of “Building Unity in the Community” through professionalism, passion, vision and commitment. The leadership and progressive attitude, of Sheriff Leon Lott, has led the Department to set the standard across the Country for professionalism and accountability in law enforcement and in community improvement and sustainability.

Today, the United States Drug Enforcement Administration and D.A.R.E. America further recognized his leadership and vision by announcing Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott as the 2012 National DARE Executive of the year.

The award was presented in Atlanta during the 2012 DARE annual international training conference by Charlie Parsons, President and CEO of DARE America and Agent in Charge DEA Atlanta Field Division Harry Sommers. Sheriff Leon Lott was nominated because “he is a man of action and believes in what DARE stands for and does”, said Mr. Parsons. Sheriff Leon Lott believes in providing successful tools and resources to our children and has committed to improving the quality of life for all citizens.

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department and the South Carolina DARE Training Center are extremely proud of Sheriff Lott for winning this award and for his leadership – for providing tools and resources and the highest commitment to our children.

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