Deputy Casey Bryant received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Law Enforcement Award on September 6, 2012 at James Madison University. Deputy Bryant was nominated by Sheriff John B. Thomas for having the highest DUI/DUID arrest for the Page County Sheriff's Office. In 2011, Deputy Bryant attended the 2011 Mid Atlantic DUI Conference. Deputy Casey Bryant was nominated for this award because he strives for excellence in protecting his community. When Deputy Bryant puts his uniform on his primary focus is to uphold the law. He is eager to work any checking detail and will extend all his efforts towards DUI, seatbelt, and safety seat laws. "Everyday Deputy Bryant comes to work he makes it a goal to locate and arrest violators who are driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. I have also found that Deputy Bryant's proactive approach towards impaired drivers motivates other officers around him so that everyone works to make our roads safer," said Lt. Jason F. Pettit. Deputy Bryant has a personal interest and dedication to DUI Enforcement and it is easily recognized within our department. In addition, he always puts his heart into everything that he does and gives 110%. "Deputy Bryant possesses the dedication and inspiration that his peers admire," said Sheriff John B. Thomas.