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December 5, 2006 Thomasville-- A special committee chose Maxwell from all of the department's employees of the month from the past year. She was selected for her dedication and commitment to both the Thomasville Police Department, and the community.  

"It's very gratifying to put someone in jail. We've had a lot of entering autos and stuff. One fingerprint that finally puts the guy in jail and actually makes the crime go down because your putting the bad guy in jail and their the ones, same folks committing the same crimes over and over. It's nice to finally get 'em," she says.

Officer Maxwell has been with Thomasville Police Department for seven and a half years.

 

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