Officer of the Month – Reserve Lieutenant Kyle Anderson

This morning, Reserve Lieutenat Kyle Anderson was honored as the February 2019 Officer of the Month by the Dallas Community Police Awards Committee (DCPAC).  There was an honorary breakfast ceremony for Lieutenant Anderson that was hosted by the La Madeleine Cafe located at 11930 Preston Road.

Lieutenant Kyle Anderson has been a Reserve Officer with the Dallas Police Department for thirteen (13) years. During 2017, he logged 849 hours of volunteer service to the citizens of Dallas and the Dallas Police Department. That is almost four and a half times the minimum required hours of annual service which is 192.  Lieutenant Anderson cares deeply about our community and doing police work.  He received his nomination letter from Reserve Deputy Chief of Police Stephan Brody.  Chief Brody shared the stated, “His compassion and caring attitude is reflected in everything he does.  He is a perfect example of the leadership and professionalism that we want to represent the Dallas Police Department.” 

In addition to receiving February’s Officer of the Month, Lieutenant Anderson was also honored with the Outstanding Service Award by the Military Order of the World Wars.  What an outstanding accomplishment…and more importantly, what an outstanding individual.  Thank you Lieutenant Anderson for a job well done.