Cst. Nicolai Phillips receives Team Alexa Award

The Burns Lake detachment is proud that one of its officers has been given a Team Alexa Award on May 16, 2018. The annual award isgiven to officers who have taken at least 12 impaired drivers off B.C roads. Constable Nicolai Phillips received the award on May 16,2018 for his work taking impaired drivers off the road in the Lakes District area in 2017. “Constable Phillips has spent a considerableamount of time working to take impaired drivers off of the road” says Corporal Greg Willcocks of the Burns Lake detachment. “We areall very proud of the work he has done and we believe that this type of work makes the Lakes District a safer place for everyone.”

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