County honors FHPD officer for domestic violence work

Farmington Hills Police Detective Chad Double last week received an award for “demonstrating exemplary service to victims of domestic violence”.

The Oakland County Coordinating Council Against Domestic Violence (OCCCADV) presented the honor during the Oakland County Domestic Violence Prevention Awards Ceremony, held October 13 at the Oakland County Commissioner’s Auditorium in Pontiac.

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard, Detective Chad Double, and Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper
From left: Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard, Detective Chad Double, and Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper (contributed photo)

Double was nominated by his direct supervisor, Sergeant John Piggott, who wrote: “Detective Double is one of the Farmington Hills Police Department’s lead domestic violence investigators. He has investigated hundreds of domestic violence cases, which have resulted in arrests and convictions of the perpetrator … Detective Double has a passion for helping victims of domestic violence and it shows in his work.”

An active member of the Farmington Hills High Risk Response Team, a special multi-disciplinary team dedicated to identifying and preventing high-risk domestic violence, Double is also recognized state-wide for his expertise in the response and investigation of domestic violence cases involving strangulation.

Press release

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