Constable Kevin Wilson from the Kindersley RCMP was recognized on December 8th by Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada for his work in helping remove impaired drivers from the road.
Constable Wilson has been working for Kindersley RCMP for the last 3 years and during 2019 he managed to detect and arrest 21 impaired drivers.
Wilson was honoured by Lou and Linda Van de Vorst who attended Kindersley Detachment in person to present him with the award. The Van de Vorst family presented Constable Wilson with a certificate, a medal, a MADD mask and other items in recognition of his efforts in curbing impaired driving.
The award recognizes officers whose hard work has helped take a significant number of impaired drivers off the road during a full calendar year. The presentation by the Van de Vorst demonstrated the tragic effects drinking and driving can have and serves as a good reminder for people heading into the holiday season to not drink and drive.
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