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BCPD deputy chief recognized for supporting dept.’s military members

Pictured left to right: Deputy Police Chief Daryl Worley, Sgt. Michael Booker and Jim Williams.

A national military support group has recognized the Bossier City Police Department and one of its deputy police chiefs for their commitment to police department personnel who are members of the Louisiana National Guard and Reserve.

The organization Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) presented Deputy Police Chief Daryl Worley with its Patriot Award which honors employers who demonstrate extraordinary support and understanding for its employees who have answered the call to serve their country in the National Guard and Reserve.

William J. “Jim” Hill, Northwest Louisiana Committee Chairman for ESGR presented Deputy Chief Worley with the award this morning at the Bossier City Police Department. Bossier City Police Sergeant Michael Booker, who serves in the Louisiana Army National Guard, nominated Deputy Chief Worley for the Patriot’s award and was also in attendance at this morning’s presentation. Sgt. Booker is assigned to the Bossier City Police Department’s Information Services Division under the supervision of Deputy Chief Worley.

The Bossier City Police currently has approximately a dozen employees serving with the National Guard and Reserves. Deputy Chief Worley himself is a former member of the Louisiana National Guard.

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