Dunwoody Names Police Lt. "Employee of Distinction"

Lt. Oliver Fladrich awarded the distinction for his work with the city, businesses and community organizations.

Lt. Oliver Fladrich of the Dunwoody PD is being honored as the city’s "employee of distinction."

City Manager Warren Hutmacher recognized Fladrich for his outstanding performance as well as his service in the community.

“Fladrich continuously shows professionalism, leadership, and initiative towards the improvement of City services and programs. He is passionate about fostering cooperation and harmony with his co-workers, community members, businesses, and schools of our community – showing exceptional concern for the welfare of others,” according to a city press release.

Fladrich has a long list of community organizations that he works with as well as helping the city coordinate with these groups.

He’s participated with Kingsley Elementary's Walking Wednesdays, Dunwoody Homeowner’s Association- Dunwoody Crier's Dunwoody 4th of July Parade, Dunwoody Manhattan 9-11 Memorial Climb, Dunwoody Police Explorer's GLEEA Police Explorer Academy, and Dunwoody PD's Christmas for Kids to name just a few.

Rob December 22, 2012 at 03:21 PM
There sure are a lot of awards coming out of Dunwoody considering that crime is out of control in our city? Burglaries in particular are escalating at an alarming pace.
Brent December 23, 2012 at 12:21 PM
Pleased to see Lt Fladrich awarded for his community involvement. He has been a visible and approachable asset to our residents, businesses, and non-profit organizations.


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