May selected 2019 Wake Forest Crisis Intervention Team Officer Of the Year

Wake Forest Police Officer Richard May

FROM WSJSTAFF REPORTS

Officer Richard May was selected as the 2019 Wake Forest Crisis Intervention Team Officer Of the Year.

May was chosen because of his accomplishments with CIT interactions during the past year. All interactions resulted in a favorable outcome.

May demonstrated compassion and empathy while performing his job.

His knowledge of the CIT process and various available resources benefited his clients and also numerous other officers he has given guidance to regarding persons in crisis.

May has been in law enforcement for 26 years. He’s been with the Wake Forest Police Department for 21 years.

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