Pullman Police celebrate volunteers’ hard work this week

Pullman Police grateful to have dedicated, hard-working volunteers

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Pullman Police are recognizing their volunteers through National Volunteer Week.

LIAM CONNORS, Evergreen reporter

Pullman Police Department is recognizing its volunteers by celebrating National Volunteer Week from April 17-23.

Reserve Officer Jeff Gordon joined the force in a volunteer capacity in November 2018. After completing the Reserve Academy training in June 2019, Gordon has logged over 1,000 hours of volunteer service, according to a Pullman Police Department press release.

Chaplain Matt McNelly was also thanked for his hours of service in the press release. McNelly served as a volunteer chaplain from 2010 to the end of 2021. He provided emotional and spiritual support for staff members and families during his 11-year tenure.

Pullman PD expressed extreme gratitude for all of the volunteers’ hard work who assisted in carrying out their mission of, “Policing Our Community with Compassion and Professionalism,” according to the press release.