EDISON — On June 14, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) hosted a law enforcement recognition ceremony at Middlesex County College in Edison. MADD, whose mission is to “stop drunk driving, support the victims of the crime and prevent underage drinking,” presented certificates of recognition to a number of officers that work across the state.
Brian Freud and David Goldman, two Edison police officers, were awarded a certificate of recognition for their relentless commitment to the community. Edison Mayor Antonia Ricigliano was also in attendance and congratulated the officers for their dedication and their service to the community.
“In times where doing less costs more, it is important to have organizations like MADD that can help us in this cause,” commented Hester Herring-Agudosi, deputy attorney general of New Jersey. James Polo, freeholder of Middlesex County, added “MADD is a group of people that are bound together by a cause; you cannot find people this involved unless they are truly committed to the cause”.
(Photo courtesy of Edison Mayor’s Office)
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