Oregon State Police trooper Adam Walport was named "DUII Enforcement Officer of the Year" at a training conference April 20-21 in Canyonville.

Oregon State Police trooper Adam Walport was named "DUII Enforcement Officer of the Year" at a training conference April 20-21 in Canyonville.

Walport, 28, of Central Point, joined OSP December 2007. Last year, he was responsible for 30 percent of all arrests on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants by the Central Point OSP office. The Jackson County District Attorney's office praised Walport for his preparation, demeanor and knowledge in court.

The award was presented at the 2012 annual DUII Multi-Disciplinary Impaired Driving Training Conference. The Oregon DUII Multi-Disciplinary Training Task Force presented awards of excellence to various organizations, groups, and individuals who made a significant contribution to deterring impaired driving in Oregon during 2011.