Cincinnati Police Honored For Valor, Leadership, Achievement




From left, Officer James Mathews of Wyoming, Sgt. Jonathan Cunningham of Mt. Airy, Rotary Vice President Rick Flynn of Evendale, Assistant Police Chief Teresa Theetge of Miami Township, Lt. Col. Michael John of Delhi Township, and Lt. Emmett Gladden of Springfield Township.

 

An officer who saved a motorcyclist in a fiery crash was among four Cincinnati Police officers and administrators honored at The Rotary Club of Cincinnati’s annual Cincinnati Police Recognition Day on April 26 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland  Plaza Hotel in downtown Cincinnati.

 Honorees were: Officer James Mathews of Wyoming, honored for valor; Sgt. Jonathan Cunningham of Mt. Airy, honored for superior achievement; Lt. Emmett Gladden of Springfield Township, honored for administrative excellence and Lt. Col. Mike John of Delhi Township, honored for career enhancement.

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati initiated the Rotary Awards more than a decade ago to honor excellence in key public service professions. Honorees received a certificate and the Rotary presented the Police Department with $1,000 to enhance training programs. 

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati was founded in 1910 as a service and networking organization with a mission to provide selfless service in the community and the world and to meet needs of children with disabilities. With close to 350 members, it is the largest Rotary Club in Greater Cincinnati. The Rotary Foundation is its philanthropic arm.

For information on The Rotary Club of Cincinnati see www.cincinnatirotary.org