[Congressional Record Volume 166, Number 204 (Thursday, December 3, 2020)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Page E1084]
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                             HON. ANDY KIM

                             of new jersey

                    in the house of representatives

                       Thursday, December 3, 2020

  Mr. KIM. Madam Speaker, I rise today to honor Officer Sally Landrum. 
She is one of just twenty-three officers in our nation to receive the 
U.S. Attorney General's Award for Distinguished Service in Community 
Policing. I, and the town of Willingboro, cannot be prouder of her.
  The Attorney General Award for Distinguished Service in Community 
Policing is given to exceptional officers who have gone above and 
beyond their call of duty to protect their communities, implementing 
``innovative community policing strategies, criminal investigations, 
and field operations that have proven effective in enforcing our 
laws.'' The Attorney General could not have picked a better officer 
than Officer Landrum, who exemplifies good community policing.
  Officer Landrum has been a stalwart of the community. Throughout her 
time at the Willingboro Police Department, Officer Landrum has 
organized story times, toiletry drives for the homeless, a resiliency 
program for officers in distress, and elderly training programs. I 
commend Officer Landrum for her work, and I know I speak on behalf of 
my constituents across Burlington and Ocean County when I say this 
award is well-deserved.