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Communications Officer of the Month

Congratulations to the Department’s Communications Officer of the Month: Robin Pierce!

A veteran communications officer, CO Pierce handles multiple calls for service with pose and professionalism, even those that one might argue aren’t her responsibility.

One such call occurred early last month when a Maryland woman was traveling to France with her dog and learned at the last minute that the dog required a stamp from a federal agency based in Richmond before it could travel. Though the women overnighted the paperwork and tried to reach the agency by phone, all the lines seemed out of order so they called the Department’s non-emergency number to see if something major was going on in the city.

After explaining the situation to CO Pierce, CO Pierce located a phone number to help them reach the appropriate staff at the federal agency. CO Pierce also followed up with the women to verify that they were able to get through.

The woman’s neighbor wrote a very kind thank you to CO Pierce that reads in part:

“Thanks to Communications Officer Pierce, my neighbor was able to get the traveling authorization documents on time for her flight. Communications officers and police officers who are aware of the public’s needs, and understand the importance of the canine family members, and who successfully, professionally and gracefully resolve the situation affecting those in need are to be recognized. Thank you.”

Thank YOU, Communications Officer Robin Pierce, and congratulations on being our Communications Officer of the Month for July!

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CO Kenya Washington

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Communications Officer of the Month - Brandon Henning
CO Brandon Henning

Communications Officer of the Month - Julia Correa
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Communications Officer of the Month - Iteka Smith
CO Iteka Smith

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