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Released: 5/22/2008 

DRPA Police Officer Of The Year

The Delaware River Port Authority today announced its Police Officer of the Year – Sgt. Michael Crowther, a twenty year veteran of the Public Safety Department, assigned to the Transit Unit. Sgt. Crowther was recognized for his excellent work ethic, willingness to assist his fellow officers and the public and his sincere dedication to law enforcement.

Sgt. Crowther began working at DRPA in 1984 and has served in a variety of assignments such as patrol, detective and administration. His positive attitude and motivational skills along with his knowledge in the law enforcement field has reflected highly on his performance on a daily basis.
“I am proud to congratulate Sgt. Crowther on this well-deserved achievement,” said DRPA CEO John J. Matheussen. “His leadership and professionalism is a tremendous asset to our Public Safety Department.”

During his career, Sgt. Crowther has been the recipient of Merit Awards, Unit Citations, and Letters of Commendation and Appreciation.

The Delaware River Port Authority is a regional transportation agency. DRPA owns and operates the Benjamin Franklin, Walt Whitman, Commodore Barry and Betsy Ross bridges, PATCO, the Philadelphia Cruise Terminal and the RiverLink Ferry.


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