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SCSO hosts the 9th annual Matt Miller Police Motorcycle Skills Challenge this weekend
From the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office
Mark your calendars and join the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office for the 9th annual Matt Miller Police Motorcycle Skills Challenge! The event will take place on Saturday, February 27, beginning at 9 a.m. at the south side of the Seminole Towne Center Mall in Sanford.
The event brings police motorcycle officers from across the state in one place to go head-to-head on a challenging obstacle course to test their abilities and promote motorcycle safety. If you are currently a law enforcement officer assigned to a motor unit and think you have what it takes to compete in the Motorcycle Skills Challenge, contact Deputy Brian Woods (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Deputy Eric Chase (email@example.com) for more information.
In adherence to COVID-19 protocols, the following requirements will be implemented for all people attending or participating in the event.
• When possible, all persons will adhere to social distancing of at least six feet
• If social distancing is not possible, wearing of face masks will be required
• Hand sanitizer will be stationed throughout the event, and disposable masks will be available for anyone in need
The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office mission is to enhance the quality of life by reducing crime and the fear of crime throughout Seminole County. According to their website, the Sheriff is responsible to the Governor for the execution of all state laws within the respective county and is the guardian of public peace, safety and security. The Sheriff is charged with enforcing the criminal laws, attending to the courts, and preserving order. He serves processes by which people are brought into court and is the keeper of all persons imprisoned in the county jail. He performs other duties as prescribed by the legislature. He maintains law and order and must see that due process of law, as guaranteed by the Constitution, is complied with before any person is deprived of life, liberty, or property.