BHPD wishes administrative assistant Mauren Smith well in retirement – Boothbay Register

Posted: April 6, 2020 at 5:56 pm


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Longtime Boothbay Harbor Police Department administrative assistant Maureen Smith has retired and Chief Bob Hasch thanked her and posted best wishes on your next adventure on the departments Facebook page this past week.

Smith, who worked the past 19 years at the BHPD, has in the law enforcement and public safety field for a total of 33 years. She was a communications officer for Lincoln County and was an administrative assistant at another police department.

She has also been a stout volunteer for various charities, namely Special Olympics Maine and Camp Postcard, a camp that provides a chance for children to interact with law enforcement at a summer camp.

According to the BHPD Facebook page, In 2018 Maureen was awarded the prestigious Bob Bell award. This is the highest award given to Maine Law Enforcement personnel who have gone above and beyond the call of duty for Special Olympics Maine. Her work organizing our Midcoast section of the Special Olympics torch run is well known and she is always present to find volunteer officers, and to keep them on schedule.

Hasch wrote in the post: Maureen we will always be your people. Our enduring thanks for your many years of service and steadfast loyalty to the people of our region, and to your chosen profession. You served proudly with honor and dignity, and with a little sense of humor thrown in there, too.

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