Lebanon man selected as 2012 Hamilton Post “Trooper of the Year” | People
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Cristian A. Perrin has been selected as the 2012 Hamilton Post “Trooper of the Year.”
The selection of Trooper Perrin, age 27, is in recognition of outstanding service during 2012 at the Hamilton Post. Fellow officers stationed at the Hamilton Post chose Trooper Bost based on leadership abilities, professional ethics, courteous treatment of others, enthusiastic work attitude, and cooperation with supervisors, peers and the public.
Trooper Perrin has also recently won the District 8 Trooper of the Year award and is now in contention for the State Trooper of the Year Award to be announced at a later date.
Trooper Perrin joined the Highway Patrol December of 2009. This is Trooper Perrin’s first selection as Post Trooper of the Year. Since joining the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Trooper Perrin has earned the physical fitness with star, Field Training Officer, and the Criminal Patrol ribbons. Trooper Perrin is a native of Sandusky, Ohio and graduated from Sandusky High School in 2004.
Trooper Perrin and his wife, Alejandra, reside in the City of Lebanon. The entire staff at the Hamilton Post is extremely proud to have Trooper Perrin represent us as the 2012 Hamilton Post Trooper of the Year.