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Oswego County Traffic Safety Board Recognizes Traffic Safety Champions

From left are: Police Chief Tory DeCaire, Officer Jamie Neilsen, Traffic Safety Board Coordinator Kyle Boeckmann
From left are: Police Chief Tory DeCaire, Officer Jamie Neilsen, Traffic Safety Board Coordinator Kyle Boeckmann

OSWEGO – Oswego police officer Jamie Nielsen was recognized for her individual accomplishments over the last year by her Oswego Police supervisors and the Oswego County Traffic Safety Board.

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From left are: Police Chief Tory DeCaire, Officer Jamie Neilsen, Traffic Safety Board Coordinator Kyle Boeckmann

Traffic Safety Champion Award recipients need to have given out the most tickets or arrests in their division as well as going above and beyond to provide community services such as community events, child safety seat checks, community outreach and general enthusiasm for their jobs.