HARRY E. NEAL AWARD: This award is named in honor of a former Assistant Chief of the Secret Service and Editor of the AFAUSSS Pipeline (Newsletter). The award is given to several law enforcement officers each year who have performed outstanding service to the community in the form of a heroic act or extraordinary investigation. Each officer receives a plaque and a check for $1000.00 from the Foundation of the Association of Former Agents of the U.S. Secret Service.
This program provides an opportunity for AFAUSSS to support the U.S. Secret Service by involving the District SAIC, RAIC, or RA in the presentation of the award. The award is generally presented where the officer is stationed with appropriate police officials and AFAUSSS members in attendance. On occasion, the award may be presented at the AFAUSSS national conference or other appropriate law enforcement gathering.
For a list of Harry E. Neal Awards Presented click here.
Harry E. Neal Awards Presented
Harry E. Neal Award: Lieutenant Glover – Metropolitan Police Department
Left to Right: Jan Gilhooly (AFAUSSS President), Lt Robert Glover (MPD), Marcy Glover, Commander Steven Sund (MPD), Capt Jeffrey Carroll (MPD), SAIC James Murray (WFO), DD Craig Magaw
Over the past several years as the Special Operations Division Lieutenant Glover has provided impeccable service that has gone above and beyond day-to-day responsibilities at the Metropolitan Police Department. Lt. Glover has been assigned at the main liaison point of contact for the US Secret Service Washington Field Office requiring countless hours’ security planning for Foreign Dignitary, Presidential, and Vice Presidential visits. Whether it is a small Head of State or a National Special Security Event, Lt. Glover plans, organizes, and executes a robust operation plan with attention to even the smallest details.
Harry E. Neal Award: Assistant United States Attorney Kimberly Riley Pedersen
Left to Right: Jan Gilhooly (AFAUSSS President), AUSA Kimberly Riley Pedersen, Caroline Pedersen, Riley Pedersen, Donald Pederson, USA Dana Boente, SAIC James Murray (WFO), DD Craig Magaw
AUSA Kimberly Pedersen’s experience and dedication led to 15 individuals of an international criminal enterprise pleading guilty to violating Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) and/or conspiracy to commit various counterfeiting U. S. currency offenses. This was the Service’s first prosecution of a counterfeit currency RICO case. She also coordinated the assistance of other U. S. Attorney’s Offices within other judicial district to include New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Florida. This prosecutorial cooperation led to the Service’s coordinated take-down which resulted in the seizure of over $2.56 million in counterfeit $100 Federal Reserve Notes located in a storage unit near JFK airport (NY), over $243,000 in genuine U.S. currency, a firearm and the potential forfeiture of real property valued over $5,000,000.
Harry Neal Award: Lieutenant Todd Reid, United States Park Police
Left to Right: Jan Gilhooly (AFAUSSS President), Lt Todd Reid (USPP), Lynn Reid, Chief Robert McLean (USPP), SAIC James Murray (WFO), DD Craig Magaw
Lieutenant Todd Reid, United States Park Police, provided impeccable service that has gone above and beyond day-to-day responsibilities. Todd has been assigned at the main liaison point of contact for the US Secret Service Washington Field Office requiring countless hours spent security planning for Foreign Dignitary, Presidential, and Vice Presidential visits. Whether it is a small Head of State visit or a National Special Security Event, Todd plans, organizes and executes a robust operation plan with attention to even the smallest details.
- 2014 - Sergeant Kevin Skehan
- 2014 - Sergeant Tom Jenkins
- 2014 - Officer Alyn Beck & Officer Igor Soldo
- 2013 - Officer Richard Donohue
- 2013 - Lieutenant William Ridge
- 2013 - Lieutenant Billy Cederquist
- 2013 - Officer Sean Collier
- 2013 - Lieutenant Kevin O'Connor
- 2013 - Senior Trooper Hugh O'Donnell
- 2013 - Officer Mike Vernon
- 2012 - Officer Tom Eccles
- 2012 - Deputy Wayne Flick
- 2012 - Sergeant Michael Salinaz
- 2012 - Detective Brad Smith
- 2011- Chief Deputy Kevin Roberts
- 2011 - Investigator Brian L. Mahaffey
- 2011 - Detective Beverly Russell
- 2011 - Lt. Nikki Renfroe
- 2011 - Criminal Investigator Wilson Cabrera
- 2010 - Sergeant Christopher Newsom
- 2010 - Officer Marvin Carraway, Jr. and Officer Jeffery Amos
- 2009- Sergeant Todd, Sr. and Munley
- 2009- Officer Wooten
- 2009- Officer Carter
- 2009- Sgt. Colon
- 2008- Officer Bedard
- 2008- Trooper Hemphill
- 2008- Officer Favela
- 2008- Officer Lozada