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Posted on: April 14, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Gratitude Award for Detective McBride from Healthy Families of Clallam County

On 03/10/2017 Sequim Police Detective Devin McBride was awarded the annual Gratitude Award by Becca Korby of Healthy Families of Clallam County. The annual Gratitude Award is given to individuals or entities that have demonstrated a commitment to responding to domestic and sexual violence as well as child abuse and neglect. Recipients have worked above and beyond in services, treatment and compassion for victims of these heinous crimes.

Detective McBride was awarded this prestigious community award due to his work as a child forensic interviewer; continually applying himself to this noble calling in a dedicated and compassionate manner. Detective McBride continuously showcases his ability to connect with victims and diligently works with the Prosecutors Office to ensure victims are returned a voice, and perpetrators are held accountable.

Other recipients of the 2017 awards were: David, Meghan, and Ella Ventura of Phoenix Dragan Martial Arts in Port Angeles, Edna Peterson and the staff at Necessities and Temptations in Port Angeles, Port Angeles Police Sergeant Tyler Peninger, the Port Angeles Fire Department, Healthy Families Therapist Stephen Taylor, and Supervisory Resident Agent for U.S. Homeland Securities Investigations Edward Bluhm.
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