2010 Director’s Community Leadership Awards
|Seattle||“Washington’s Most Wanted”|
|David Rose accepts the award from Director Mueller.|
For the past two years, Q13 FOX News’ “Washington’s Most Wanted” show has worked to highlight missing fugitives and promote community awareness and safety. The show has become a statewide crime-fighting effort, helping to catch more than 190 fugitives to date, including murderers, bank robbers, and child molesters.
Mr. Rose is an anchor for Q13 FOX News and is the host and producer of “Washington’s Most Wanted.” Working with local, state, and federal law enforcement, he features hundreds of unsolved crimes on the show, including many cold cases.
The show has also highlighted the FBI’s Citizens’ Academy program—promoting the program and educating viewers on the FBI’s mission and priorities.
Mr. Rose has become a partner of the Seattle Community Outreach program, acting as a commencement speaker for Citizens’ Academy graduations and as a celebrity host for the G-Man Desert Shootout golf tournament, a charitable event benefiting the FBIAA National Trust Fund, which provides college scholarships to the children of agents killed in the line of duty.
Through all of his efforts, Mr. Rose has demonstrated a significant commitment to the community—not only by reporting on crime, but by acting as an advocate for victims and as a conduit for law enforcement.