Punjabi origin policeman wins prestigious police award in US
An 44-year-old Indian-American policeman has been awarded the prestigious "Top Civilian Supervisor of the Year" award for his efficient services to the Houston Police department in the US state of Texas.Updated: May 18, 2015 18:07 IST
A 44-year-old Punjabi origin policeman has been awarded the prestigious "Top Civilian Supervisor of the Year" award for his efficient services to the Houston Police department in the US state of Texas.
Harkeert Singh Saini received the award from Police Chief Charles A McClelland And Houston Mayor Anise Parker during a function held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel here earlier this week.
Saini, a police records supervisor has been working for the Houston Police department for the last 15 years.
"Harkeert Singh Saini is a very efficient officer and very worthy of this award. Houston police department is proud of Saini" said Muzaffar Siddiqi, senior police officer of city Police department.
Various community leaders including Gurdip Singh Buttar,S Gurnam Singh Sandhar, Ajinder Singh Dhatt were present during the occasion and congratulated Saini for his achievement.
Saini, a graduate from Deshbandu College in New Delhi, hails from Hoshiarpur in Punjab. He came to the city in 1998,joined Houston Police Department in March 2000 and was subsequently promoted as an office supervisor in the following years.
First Published: May 18, 2015 17:39 IST