Awards - MADD Deuce Award

MADD Deuce Awards

Award background: Each year Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) recognizes law enforcement officers who they feel go above and beyond in their daily efforts to keep drunk drivers off our streets. Any officer who makes more than 25 drunk driving (DUI) arrests in a calendar year is honored with their Deuce Award.

For 2006, StantonPolice Services was proud to nominate 2 of its deputies for this outstanding award.

2006 – Deputy Paul Schaff & Deputy Peter Mach

MADD Deuce AwardsDeputy Paul Schaff made 63 DUI arrests in the City of Stanton in 2006. Not only did he have the highest number of individual DUI arrests in the City of Stanton , but he also had the highest number of individual DUI arrests out of all deputies on the Sheriff’s Department.

made 63 DUI arrests in the City of Stanton in 2006. Not only did he have the highest number of individual DUI arrests in the City of Stanton , but he also had the highest number of individual DUI arrests out of all deputies on the Sheriff’s Department.made 63 DUI arrests in the City of Stanton in 2006. Not only did he have the highest number of individual DUI arrests in the City of Stanton , but he also had the highest number of individual DUI arrests out of all deputies on the Sheriff’s Department.

Prior to being transferred to South Operations in Feb of 2007, Deputy Schaff was a member of Stanton Police Services for 3 years. For the last year of his service to the Stanton community he was assigned to the Directed Patrol Team. He is an 11 year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and recently completed the training to be a Field Training Officer.

Additionally, Deputy Paul Schaff was the MADD Deuce award winner for Stanton Police Services in 2005, with 34 arrests in the calendar year. Thank you Deputy Schaff for your outstanding efforts!

Pictured from left to right: Deputy Paul Schaff, Council Member Brian Donahue, MADD Executive
Director Gail Butler, Council Member Ed Royce, Sr., Mayor David Shawver, Deputy Peter Mach, Council

Deputy Peter Mach made 41 DUI arrests in the City of Stanton in 2006. Deputy Mach replaced Deputy Schaff on the Stanton Directed Patrol Team in February 2007 and remained in that position until our most recent shift change, which occurred on June 22, 2007. Deputy Mach is one of our Field Training Officers and is responsible for training new patrol deputies and helping them to successfully make the transition from the Orange County jails in to patrol.

Deputy Mach is an 18 year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and has been a member of the Stanton Police Services Team since February of 2001.

Thank you Deputy Mach for your efforts in keeping the Stanton community safe!