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UMDPD Officer Josh Neumann received “Hat Trick”
On May 9, 2019, UMDPD Officer Josh Neumann received “Hat Trick” recognition from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (MNDPS) for making three DWI arrests during his Toward Zero Deaths special enforcement shift on April 11-12, 2019. In the span of about seven hours, Officer Neumann located, stopped, and arrested three drivers for driving while intoxicated in the UMD area. One of the drivers is a UMD student and another was a repeat DWI offender.
“Hat Trick” recognition is given by The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (MNDPS) Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to Minnesota peace officers who make three or more DWI arrests in a single duty shift. Officer Neumann was presented with a commemorative baseball cap and pin for his accomplishment. UMDPD is very proud of his dedication to protecting our university and surrounding community.
Pictured L to R: UMDPD Chief Sean C. Huls, UMDPD Officer Josh Neumann, Frank Scherf NE MN LEL, MN Office of Traffic Safety