On October 16, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Indian Highway Safety Sergeant Terry Long Mandan was awarded the Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Highway Safety Program 2018 Excellence in Public Safety Award.
The award states, “In gratitude, honoring your significant contributions in the movement to enforce safety and saving lives. Thank you for your leadership, commitment and dedication to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.”
“I am very appreciative of this award as a recognition of many years of hard work and dedicated service with the Indian Highway Safety Program, and look forward to many more years of service to protect and serve the public through traffic enforcement. Thank you so much Indian Highway Safety Program for this award and the opportunity to work a position in Highway Safety,” said Sergeant Long Mandan.
Long Mandan is an 18-year law enforcement veteran who has worked with the Indian Highway Safety Program for the past 13 years.