Hanover County sergeant receives ‘Community Builder Award’

Pictured L to R: Sgt. Terry Sullivan, W.M. Jimmy Creech and Sheriff David R. Hines

Hanover County Sheriff David R. Hines recently had the honor of speaking at the Masonic Temple Lodge No. 9 A.F. & A.M. to commemorate National Police Week. During the meeting, Sergeant Terry Sullivan with the sheriff’s office was presented with the Community Builders Award. This award recognizes the outstanding community-oriented achievements of non-Masons in the community.

Sergeant Sullivan serves as the Sergeant in charge of the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Intelligence Unit as well as the Crime Prevention Unit and the HCSO SHIELD initiative. Sergeant Sullivan also oversees the sheriff’s office Chaplain Program and the Worship Watch Program. Sergeant Sullivan was recognized for his service and contributions to the sheriff’s office, the intelligence community, and the citizens of Hanover County.

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