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Six NWI police officers recognized by state as ‘Traffic Safety All-Stars’ | Crime and Courts



Dennis Griffin of the Indiana State Police Lowell Post, second from left, poses with his “Traffic Safety All-Star” certificate next to Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute; Governor Eric Holcomb; and Doug Carter, superintendent of the Indiana State Police.



Six NWI police officers from the state as

Israel Rosillo of the Indiana State Police Lowell Post, second from left, poses with his “Traffic Safety All-Star” certificate next to Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute; Governor Eric Holcomb; and Doug Carter, superintendent of the Indiana State Police.



Six NWI police officers from the state as

Aaron Crawford, of the Lowell Police Department, center, poses with his “Traffic Safety All-Star” certificate next to Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute; and Governor Eric Holcomb.



Six NWI police officers from the state as

Austin Wells of the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Department, Center, poses with his “Traffic Safety All-Star” certificate next to Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute; and Governor Eric Holcomb.



Six NWI police officers from the state as

Daniel Revoir of the Michigan City Police Department, center, poses with his “Traffic Safety All-Star” certificate next to Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute; and Governor Eric Holcomb.

Six Northwest Indiana police officers are recognized by the state as “Road Safety All-Stars” for their continued efforts to save lives by consistently stopping disabled drivers.

Governor Eric Holcomb and Devon McDonald, executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, recently honored officials who made at least 20 drunken arrests and participated in one of the state’s targeted enforcement campaigns in the past year.

Northwest Indiana recipients (and their total OWI arrests) were: Dennis Griffin, 96, and Israel Rosillo, 95, of the Indiana State Police, Lowell Ward; Aaron Crawford, 74, Lowell Police Department; Austin Haynes, 22, Burns Harbor Police Department; Daniel Revior, 34, Michigan City Police Department; and Austin Wells, 24, LaPorte County Sheriff’s Department.

“I couldn’t be more grateful for the work these officials are doing to protect our roads and communities,” said Holcomb.

“They have demonstrated their dedication day in and day out to reducing disabled driving and people are living today because of their efforts. I would like to congratulate these officials on their well-deserved, hard-earned achievement.”

A total of 65 Indiana police officers were named “All-Star”. They made a total of 3,163 OWI arrests across the state in 2020, records show.

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