ASU PD Update

Torch Run supports Special Olympics

The 2016 Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) raised more than $2,500 to benefit Special Olympics, according to Adams State University Chief of Police Paul Grohowski, who organized the event for the second year, held April 30. Read more.

Grohowski recognized

Adams State University Police Chief Paul Grohowski was presented executive certification from the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police at the April meeting of the Adams State University Board of Trustees.

ASU PD Chief Paul Grohowki accepts his executive certificate from Alamosa Chief of Police Duane Oakes.
ASU PD Chief Paul Grohowki accepts his executive certificate from Alamosa Chief of Police Duane Oakes.

The certificate was presented by Alamosa Police Chief Duane Oakes, who is the second vice president with the state association that is committed to excellence in delivering quality service to its membership, law enforcement community, and citizens of Colorado. Oakes said there are about 38 active members that hold this certification and that Grohowski quickly and easily meshed with long-time law enforcement leaders in the community. Board of Trustees Chair Arnold Salazar said he appreciated the level of professionalism Chief Growhowski brought to the campus.

 

 

Author: jmwaecht

Assistant to the President for Communications
Editor/Designer of alumni magazine – A-Stater