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Heroic NIH Police Officer Pulls Driver from Burning Car
Cpl. Kyle McKee was featured in an article in the NIH Record for helping to pull a man from a burning car after witnessing an accident. Follow the link above for details on the story.
The NIH Division of Police (DP) personnel protect and serve the NIH community, but before this service, many DP personnel served their country in the military. Currently, the DP has over 40 military veterans in civilian and police positions.
“Police Officer" and “Civilian Employee” of the year named. Chief Alvin D. Hinton proudly announced Corporal Jose Ayala-Guevara and Mr. David B. Cumber II have been selected as the police officer and civilian employee of the year respectively within the Division of Police. (Please click on the highlighted names to view their accomplishments)
The National Institutes of Health Police Officers listed below are authorized to wear the above illustrated pin on their class A and B uniforms. This pin is in recognition of the service they performed while deployed to Gulfport, Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina. Thanks again for your service:
Lieutenant Paul Crook
Lieutenant Craig Rowland
Sergeant Herman Clyde Bartz
Sergeant Fredric Boyle
Master Patrol Officer Preston Asbury
Master Patrol Officer James Pineiro
Master Patrol Officer Randall Wallace
Corporal Wallace Carter
Corporal Gary Pickering
Corporal Dexter Moore
HARS consists of low power AM radio transmitter system that will broadcast traffic related information, parking information, road closures due to construction activity, as well as emergency information.
WARNING: Possession of Marijuana is Prohibited Possession of Marijuana is prohibited on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campuses, facilities and its grounds. Persons are not allowed to bring medical marijuana onto the NIH campuses, facilities and grounds, even if they are enrolled in a state-approved medical marijuana program or have a prescription for medical marijuana use. State laws governing the use of marijuana do not apply at the NIH. Marijuana is an illegal, Schedule I controlled substance under the Federal Controlled Substances Act, 21 U.S.C. 801(c)(c)(10).
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