Two Seminole State College Florida Law Enforcement Academy graduates were honored Thursday, August 18 with the Officer Robert German Endowed Memorial Award.
The award is in honor of fallen Windermere police officer Robert German who died in the line of duty on March 22, 2014. German, known as “Robbie” to friends and family, was a 2007 graduate of the Criminal Justice Academy and a five-year veteran of the Windermere Police Department.
Courtney Ashworth and Griffin Hebel were given the awards during the College’s Criminal Justice Academy graduation ceremony.
Hebel was recently sworn in as the newest officer at the Windermere Police Department.
Ashworth is in the process of joining the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
The Officer Robert German Endowed Memorial Award was created through the Foundation for Seminole State College by the German family.
Past winners of the Officer Robert German Endowed Memorial Award
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