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Castro Valley CHP Officer Honored for DUI Enforcement Efforts

Officer Greg Barker was one of nine CHP officers recognized in California by MADD and the California Office of Traffic Safety for their anti-DUI efforts in 2013.

California Highway patrol Officer Greg Barker was recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the California Office of Traffic Safety for his DUI enforcement efforts in 2013. Photo provided by CHP
California Highway patrol Officer Greg Barker was recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the California Office of Traffic Safety for his DUI enforcement efforts in 2013. Photo provided by CHP
On May 31, 2014, California Highway patrol Officer Greg Barker was recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the California Office of Traffic Safety for his DUI enforcement efforts in 2013.

He was recognized at the MADD Statewide Law Enforcement Recognition Awards in Sacramento. Officer Barker, who is assigned to the CHP’s Castro Valley Area, represented Golden Gate Division, which provides safety, service, and security to nine Bay Area counties.

He was one of nine CHP officers from throughout the state who were recognized at the awards ceremony for their anti-DUI efforts. 

Castro Valley Area Commander, Lieutenant Christopher Sherry issued the following statement: 

“I am extremely proud of Officer Barker’s commitment to taking impaired and drunk drivers off of the highways. His professionalism and integrity is commendable. He represents the entire law enforcement profession in an exemplary manner. The number of fatal accidents in our jurisdiction declined from 2012. Our enforcement and educational efforts played a big role in that success. I am proud of all the officers who risk their lives day in and day out to save lives as they provide an indispensable service to our community.”

—Information submitted by CHP

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