Auburn Hills Detective Tuski Honored when John Walsh, Gov. Snyder address CARE House fundraiser in Birmingham

On Friday, January 31,  Auburn Hills Detective Ron Tuski was honored at a CARE House luncheon  at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.  He was nominated by the Department for his long and distinguished service to the abused and neglected children of this community.

Det. Tuski and his wife, Martha with John Walsh at the CARE House Circle of Friends luncheon

Det. Tuski and his wife, Martha with John Walsh at the CARE House Circle of Friends luncheon

John Walsh, Gov. Snyder address CARE House fundraiser in Birmingham.Ron Tuski has been with the Auburn Hills Police Department for 24 years, 14 of those years as an Investigator. Detective Tuski has been involved with Care House Advocacy Center from the early days of his career as a detective utilizing the center as well as being a forensic interviewer.Lt. Jill McDonnell, the Criminal Investigations Division Commander and Ron’s boss says:  “He has participated in dozens of child abuse and neglect investigations pursuing those that could be prosecuted and getting assistance for those that were not prosecutable.  Detective Tuski puts the welfare of the child first and foremost in the all the cases he investigates. Whether the case is an abuse or neglect case or even other kinds of criminal cases he works to insure the safety and welfare of the child(ren).  Detective Tuski shares his knowledge with new/fellow officers of the importance of a multi- disciplinary interview of children to minimize the trauma.”

Detective Tuski’s hard work, special attention and dedication to cases involving children is the reason why we have selected him as our Care House Circle of Friends nominee.

Det. Tuski and Gov. Snyder

Det. Tuski and Gov. Snyder

Congratulations, Ron and well deserved!  We are proud of you.