Arkansas AG Rutledge Awards Miller County ‘Officer of the Year’
On January 29, 2021, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge awarded the Miller County Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award to Captain Lillie Phillips with the Arkansas Department of Correction. Rutledge presented the county winners at the annual awards and recognition luncheon during the 2020 Officer of the Year luncheon at the Benton Event Center in Benton, Arkansas.
“It’s my honor to recognize our law enforcement officers from around the state for their dedication to protecting Arkansans,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “Every day, these brave men and women leave their families without knowing if they will safely return home. Today’s recipients have gone above and beyond for all of us and we are grateful for their dedication and sacrifice.”
In addition to the statewide and regional Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year awards, Rutledge recognized an Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer winner from counties around the State. Recipients were selected based on recommendations for their dedicated service to Arkansans and can hold law enforcement positions at a college or university, municipal, county, federal or State level. Nominations were provided to Attorney General Rutledge from police chiefs, county sheriffs, county judges, mayors, prosecutors and other State law enforcement leaders from across Arkansas.
So, congratulations from all of us to Captain Lillie Phillips, the Miller County Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
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