DEA Detroit Task Force Agent Honored As Officer Of The Year
MAY 29--Detroit, MI- On May 29, 2003, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Task Force Agent Eric Krawczyk was chosen as the "Police Officer of the Year" by the Dearborn, Michigan Police Department. TFA Krawczyk is a Dearborn police officer assigned to Enforcement Group 2 in the Detroit Divisional Office. TFA Krawczyk has been a police officer for nearly nine years and has been assigned to the DEA Detroit for slightly over two years. He has brought a tenacious investigative style to the task force that has benefited new DEA agents assigned to the DEA Detroit Office.
The Dearborn Police Department
has been a formal Task Force partner with the DEA Detroit Office for over
twenty years. This partnership has been extremely beneficial to the Drug
Enforcement Administration and the citizens of Dearborn. Dearborn, Michigan
is a city of 100,000 residents located on the western border of Detroit.
The Dearborn Police Department has 200 police officers assigned to a number
of specialized bureaus. The police department has always been generous
with their resources to DEA, offering the services of narcotics dogs,
surveillance support and prisoner housing space.
"This is a perfect example
of law enforcement working together to solve one of the most heinous crimes
to occur in the Detroit area in a long time. We [DEA] have been truly
fortunate with the task force relationships we have developed which not
only impact drug crimes, but all kinds of crimes that deeply affect local
communities," said Michael A. Braun, Special Agent in Charge of the
DEA Detroit Field Division.