Eagle Award Nominations
Candidates for the Eagle Award must demonstrate the ability to meet the challenges of their job by going above and beyond the call of duty, or someone who exemplifies leadership and a lasting impact on the community.
Awards are now awarded quarterly and alternate between the Aurora Police Department and the Aurora Fire Department. Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis, the award is alternated between the Aurora Police Department and the Aurora Fire Department
Please contact Brad Pierce for more information.
Aug 2018: Sergeant Mike Holm, Aurora Police Department
July 2018: Fire Medic Travis Pulliam, Aurora Fire Department
Oct 2017: Engine 9 C’s crew: Lt George Begnaud, Fire Medic Shannon Hardi, Fire Fighter Antonio Marraudino, and Eng. Judith Baker, Aurora Fire Department
April 2017: Captian Sean Dolan, Aurora Fire Department
April 2017: Officer Jim Seneca, Aurora Police Department
Eagle Award Recipient – Sgt. William Revelle January 2020
Sgt. Bill Revelle has been with the Aurora Police Department since 1994. He joined our traffic unit as the MET Sergeant in 2010. While in traffic he has organized many Fallen Officer Processions, far too many to count. Sgt Revelle has not only planned these events for the Aurora Police Department, but he has also been called upon to be an instrumental planning member for processions metro-wide. Sgt. Revelle puts several hours into making sure every detail is thought of and executed. He trains for many hours with all agencies to make sure each member knows every detail of the procession from roads, turns and hand signals so that they are flawless for the families.
As if this isn’t enough, Sergeant Revelle has also put together many traffic details for visits from the President and Vice President of the United States throughout his tenure in this assignment. Truth be told, there have been several political figures that have benefited from Sgt Revelle’s expertise when they have come through Aurora. The planning and execution of these events are not easy as there are many details to consider when working with the Secret Service and other federal agencies.
Sgt. Revelle has always put maximum effort into his various assignments at APD, from patrolman, to DART, to Traffic, and now in his new assignment in the Narcotics Unit. He is a Sergeant that works in the field with his team running radar, getting people from their vehicles in snowstorms, and helping during protests.
The men and women of the APD look up to him, knowing that his heart is with them and that their safety, along with the safety of the public, is a high priority to him.
Congratulations Sgt. Revelle on this award.