San Bernardino Public Safety and Human Relations Commission recognize city employees

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Photo Ricardo Tomboc: Patricia Kilmer, Citizen Patrol Volunteer, has accumulated thousands of volunteer hours in multiple roles at the Police Department and has been awarded a certificate of recognition signed by the San Bernardino Mayor and Council. Sergeant John Echevarria presented Patricia with the award during a Citizen Patrol Training meeting held March 10th at the San Bernardino Police Department.
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On Monday, March 8th the San Bernardino Public Safety and Human Relations Commission met for the first time in a year due to COVID-19 restrictions.  However, the City of San Bernardino was able to facilitate a Zoom meeting, which allowed the old and new commissioners to meet and continue with business.   

One of the items on the agenda being held for over a year was the Commission’s approval for the employee recognition award certificates.  All submissions for recognition were approved and those employees are:

  • Gracie Johnson, Integrated Waste Management Field Inspector has been working for the City for almost 18 years.
  • Patricia Kilmer, Citizen Patrol Volunteer has accumulated thousands of volunteer hours in multiple roles at the Police Department. 
  • Patsy Methvin, Sr. Office Assistant has been with the Police Departments Traffic Unit and is being recognized for her organizational skills. 
  • Tim O’Neal, Administrative Analyst II has been with Public Works for over 10 years. 
  • John Philips, Police Officer assigned to the Traffic Enforcement Unit since 2019.
  • Susanna “Susie” Sandoval, Executive Assistant to the Director (Chief of Police) has been with the city since 1999. 

All nominees were selected by the city department supervisors and a bio for each participant was submitted. The certificates were signed by the Mayor and Council.  The certificates were sent to each of the supervisors to be presented to awardees. 

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