Flomaton Police Chief Honored By Governor, State Rep. For Saving Suicidal Man

February 13, 2018

Flomaton Police Chief Bryan Davis was recognized Monday night for his efforts to save a suicidal man last year.

Alabama Rep. Alan Baker presented Davis with a commendation and a certificate of recognition along with a commendation from Gov.Kay Ivey for the September 2017 incident in which Davis and other first responders talked a distraught man down from a 100-foot tall water tower. The man threatened to take his own life over a period of about 3.5 hours before coming down and talking with Davis.

“Chief Davis skillfully averted an attempted suicide and the State of Alabama is proud to recognize his decisive leadership and quick assertive actions that went beyond the call ofduty.

“I alone I cannot take full credit for this incident, for my department was there to assist me,” Davis said.

Baker presented the certificates to Davis during a meeting of the Flomaton Town Council Monday night.

Pictured; Rep. Alan Baker recognized Flomaton Police Chief Bryan Davis Monday night before the Flomaton Town Council. Photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge. Pictured inset and below: The regcognition came as a result of efforts by Davis to save a man threatening to jump from a water tower last November. NorthEscambia.com filte photos, click to enlarge.

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One Response to “Flomaton Police Chief Honored By Governor, State Rep. For Saving Suicidal Man”

  1. Pineapple on February 13th, 2018 7:26 pm

    Awesome work Chief! Your team of officers are excellent and I have always enjoyed working with you all!





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