Boston Police Officers Nominated For Massachusetts Bravery Awards

Hanna.jpgThe Boston Police Department is proud to announce that the following officers have been nominated for the Annual George L. Hanna Medal of Honor Awards. These Awards recognize officers throughout Massachusetts for outstanding acts of bravery and courage. The Hanna Awards are the State’s highest awards for bravery and are given in honor of George L. Hanna, a Massachusetts State Police Trooper who was killed in the line of duty on February 26, 1983. The Medal of Honor Awards Ceremony will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, October 13, 2006, at the Massachusetts State House. The Boston Police officers who are nominated are:

District B2: Police Officer Joseph Singletary Sergeant Thomas J. Teahan District B3: Police Officer John D. Conway Police Officer Dean C. Bickerton Police Officer Anthony Williams Police Officer Daran D. Edwards Police Officer Lucas E. Taxter Police Officer Matthew J. Morris Captain Timothy J. Murray and District B-3 Officers involved in Operation Cloak and Dagger District C-11 Lieutenant Wayne Lanchester District C-6 Police Officer John F. Kenneally Lieutenant Steven M. Ciccolo Retired Police Officer Neil F. Murphy Bureau of Investigative Services: Detective Kevin P. McGoldrick District A-7 Sergeant Kenneth R. O’Brien Police Officer Shannon McLaughlin District A-1 Police Officer Patrick J. Donovan Police Officer Ebenezer S. Sealy Special Operations Police Officer David J. Miller Operations Division Lieutenant Matthew J. Spillane District E-13 Sergeant Richard J. Houston Police Officer Jean Pierre Ricard Drug Control Unit Police Officer Al S. Young