BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek Police Department Officer Tim Lammert has received the 2016 Knights of Columbus Council 7981 Blue Coat Award.
Hired in 1999, Officer Lammert has served the agency as a patrol officer with credentials including Crisis Intervention Team member, Field Training Officer, Technical Crash Investigator, Evidence Technician, and Officer-in-Charge. As a certified Child Passenger Safety Seat Technician, Officer Lammert teaches citizens how to properly install and utilize child safety seats in their vehicles. His efforts to educate others about proper safety seat use illustrate his commitment to safeguarding the lives of our citizens, especially our youngest community members.
According to officials, he is “well respected by his peers and regarded as a team player, Officer Lammert is always willing to help and continually portrays a positive attitude at work and toward the public.”
Dedicated to his family, church, police department and fellow officers, and the community he serves, Officer Lammert has managed to successfully balance his time between all. He volunteers with the Girl Scouts and assists with coaching youth softball, both of which enable him to spend time with his daughter.
“Officer Lammert is very deserving of the Blue Coat Award, not only because of his strong commitment to family, church, and community, but also for his dedication to the law enforcement profession,” said Knights of Columbus officials.
He was recently honored by the Knights of Columbus at its annual banquet at St. Luke Catholic Church on May 14.
Story courtesy of Beavercreek Police Department.