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Sergeant Billy Boyd was recognized during the annual College and University Police and Investigators Conference at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Absolute Software Corporation awarded Sergeant Boyd the LoJack for Laptop Law Enforcement Award. This award is presented to a law enforcement officer or law enforcement agency for the high number of cases solved using the LoJack software. Sergeant Boyd was the first ever recipient.

Sergeant Boyd also received the Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Justice Criminal Justice Standards Division.  To be eligible for this certification, an officer must have a bachelor’s degree issued by an academic institution recognized by the Department of Education and the Council for Higher Accreditation; accumulated at least 24 training points and completed at least 6 years as a fulltime law enforcement officer.

NCCU Chief of Police Tim Bellamy and the university police staff commend Sergeant Boyd for his accomplishments.

Published: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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