Two Tripler DACP officers awarded coin for quick action

By Courtesy of Tripler Army Medical Center Provost Marshal OfficeAugust 8, 2012

Police Officer Jarett Kaupiko (center) and police Lt. Edmund Thompson (center right), Department of the Army Civilian Police, Tripler Army Medical Center, were awarded a commanding general's coin from Brig. Gen. Keith Gallagher (center left), commander, Pacific Regional Medical Command and TAMC, Aug. 6, for quick action in the line of duty. 

Thompson dispatched Kaupiko in response to a request for assistance in Tripler's mountain side parking lot, July 31. A toddler was locked inside a vehicle and the mother needed assistance entering the vehicle. The doors were unlocked within five minutes of Kaupiko arriving at the scene. 

Also pictured police Col. Donald Devaney (left), Provost Marshal, TAMC, and police Maj. Roosevelt Taylor (right), chief, DACP, TAMC.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Police Officer Jarett Kaupiko (center) and police Lt. Edmund Thompson (center right), Department of the Army Civilian Police, Tripler Army Medical Center, were awarded a commanding general's coin from Brig. Gen. Keith Gallagher (center left), commander, Pacific Regional Medical Command and TAMC, Aug. 6, for quick action in the line of duty. Thompson dispatched Kaupiko in response to a request for assistance in Tripler's mountain side parking lot, July 31. A toddler was locked inside a vehicle and the mother needed assistance entering the vehicle. The doors were unlocked within five minutes of Kaupiko arriving at the scene. Also pictured police Col. Donald Devaney (left), Provost Marshal, TAMC, and police Maj. Roosevelt Taylor (right), chief, DACP, TAMC. (Photo Credit: Courtesy of Tripler Army Medical Center Provost Marshal Office) VIEW ORIGINAL