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Motor Squad Wins Team Competition in Wisconsin

The eight-member contingent from Fairfax County took first place in the team competition, topping the list of 14 teams.

The eight-member contingent from Fairfax County took first place in the team competition, topping the list of 14 teams. Photo contributed

Eight members of the Fairfax County Police Motor Squad recently traveled to Milwaukee, Wis. for a two-day motorcycle riding safety and skills competition. The event was held at the headquarters of the Harley Davidson Motorcycle Company and marked its 110th anniversary.

One hundred and ten riders, from across the United States and Canada, participated in the competition.

MPO Brian Plaugher, one of the Fairfax County veteran motor officers, placed eighth in the overall competition and third in the slow-ride competition.

The eight-member contingent from Fairfax County took first place in the team competition, topping the list of 14 teams.

Captain Susan H. Culin, commander of the Traffic Division, said that she is extremely proud of her motor officers’ finishing in first place in the team competition in the safety and skills competition in Milwaukee. She said that the Motor Squad is very diligent and committed to training and improving their riding skills in an effort to enhance their safety and that of the motoring public in and through Fairfax County.

For more information about the Motor Squad and the entire Traffic Safety Division go to http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/traffic/.