Dunwoody Police Officer Recognized For Exemplary Service

Lt. Oliver Fladrich has been honored as the city's 2012 Employee of Distinction.

Lt. Oliver Fladrich of the Dunwoody Police Department has been named the city's 2012 Employee of Distinction.

According to a release from the Dunwoody Police Department, Dunwoody City Manager Warren Hutmacher recently recognized Fladrich for his performance both in his own responsibilities as well as service beyond his assigned duties.

Fladrich has been instrumental in working with various Dunwoody organizations, schools, businesses, and City staff to help coordinate many programs and events offered to the Dunwoody Community to include Kingsley Elementary's Walking Wednesdays, DHA's/Crier's Dunwoody 4th of July Parade, GFBF's Dunwoody Manhattan 9-11 Memorial Climb, Dunwoody Police Explorer's GLEEA Police Explorer Academy, and Dunwoody PD's Christmas for Kids.

Rob January 01, 2013 at 01:34 AM
So it would seem that Chief Billy Grogan is going to be awarded the Dunwoody citizen of the year award next week.....Let`s just say "WOW"? P.S. Andrea Sneiderman thanks you!
What goes around comes around January 02, 2013 at 12:31 AM
Rob you are such a pathetic malcontent. Notice how little others engage with you? And for the record, there are only a handful of residents who have such an ax to grind with Dunwoody Police. Not too much of a stretch to figure out who you are. TO Lt. Fladrich - Congratulations!!!!!!! It is an honor to have someone like you in our City, and you are richly deserving of this recognition. THANK YOU !!!
jimmie January 02, 2013 at 03:18 AM
dunwoody over dekalb any day!
Rob January 10, 2013 at 03:24 AM
So the illustrious DHA awarded Chief Grogan the Dunwoody citizen of the year on Sunday evening. Never have I ever lived in a city where the police chief was not a resident!
jimmie January 10, 2013 at 08:43 AM
Well maybe you should move then! All in favor? MEEEEEEEEEE


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