Massachusetts Detective Honored at Women In LE Conference
December 22, 2010
Fairhaven (Mass.) Police Detective Pamela Bourgault was recognized with a lifetime achievement award at the Women In Law Enforcement Conference earlier this month, reports South Coast Today.
As the town's domestic violence coordinator and elder affairs officer, Bourgault has been "a tireless advocate for senior citizens and victims of domestic violence during her 18 years as a member of the Fairhaven Police Department."
She launched the agency's "Cops and Donuts" program that provides seniors with information about identity fraud, elder exploitation and other issues.
Read the full story at SouthCoastToday.com.
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