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SANTA MARIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
INVITES YOU TO TRUNK-OR-TREAT WITH YOUR SMPD OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Date: Wednesday, October 30th, 2019
Time: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: Santa Maria Police Department
1111 W. Betteravia Rd.
(Parking lot behind CHC/enter off Blosser Rd.)
Kids are encouraged to come dressed in costumes!
Take pictures next to your favorite police vehicles and enjoy FREE candy and goodies!
If you have any questions contact Officer Sandoval (805) 928-3781 X1331
Detective Seann Woessner
Officer Woessner is a 13 year veteran, who has proven to be a model officer with a stellar reputation. Throughout the last year, he has been diligent in his patrol efforts and continuously demonstrated an exemplary work ethic, a positive attitude, and true motivation to improve the quality of life for our community. He consistently conducts thorough investigations that often lead to arrests for serious and violent crimes. He has familiarized himself with local gang members and repeat offenders, often resulting in the acquisition of valuable criminal intelligence leading to additional arrests.
Seann’s work ethic is perhaps his most valuable asset. He is an officer who clearly loves his job, takes pride in his work, and has fun doing it.
Commander Marc Schneider-SMPD Liaison:
Commander Schneider oversees Patrol Operations, Traffic Bureau, Community Service Unit, Communication Center and the SWAT Team.
The Santa Maria Police Department honored its officers and professional staff on February 12, 2018. The awards breakfast was held at the Radisson (event sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce).
Sergeant Nathan Totorica and Corporal Robert Prescott
This medal and ribbon is awarded for an act of heroism in a lifesaving attempt in the line of duty whether or not that attempt was successful.
DISTINGUISHED TEAM AWARD
2018 COMMUNITY SERVICES UNIT
Beat Coordinators, School Resource Officers, and Police Services Technicians
This award is designed to recognize the performance of units who consistently performed in a superior manner throughout the year or during an extraordinary single incident and/or major event.
SUPPORT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
JANE TEH, POLICE SERVICES TECHNICIAN
Recipients of this award exemplify the Excellence in Service on which the Santa Maria Police Department prides itself.
DISPATCHER OF THE YEAR
LAURA BRANNON, SENIOR DISPATCHER
This individual has a strong interest in fellow employees as well as the community and is respected by her peers and supervisors.
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR
OFFICER SEANN WOESSNER
Officer Woessner loves this job and takes pride in his work. He continuously demonstrates an exemplary work ethic, a positive attitude, and true motivation to improve the quality of life for our community.
Join the Team!
The SMPC annual membership contribution is $200 for individual and $250 for a family of (2) or business. Lifetime membership contributions are $2000 for an individual or $2500 for a family of (2) or business. As a member your name or company name– if you so choose — will appear on correspondence and /or programs for special events. In addition, you will receive a Santa Maria Police Council membership sticker, certificate and lapel pin. Lifetime membership will also receive a plaque.
To join the Santa Maria Police Council, please print out and complete our membership application. Mail the completed application, along with your remittance of the free for the membership type you’ve selected to:
Santa Maria Police Council, Inc.
P.O. Box 7448
Santa Maria, CA 93456
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