Tamara Beauzile – The Legacy of a Celebrated NYCPD Sergeant

New York City, Apr 1, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – South Ozone Park, NY – Tamara Beauzile recently retired from her long and dedicated career as a police officer. She began as a cadet in the 28th precinct in 1991 and took on many roles before becoming a sergeant in 2009. She spent 7 years in that position before retiring. All along the way, Beauzile was recognized and rewarded for her unique efforts and initiatives in every position she held.

Tamara Beauzile’s Accomplishments With the Police

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Perhaps Beauzile’s first big recognition as an officer was in 1995 when she participated in the thwarting of a bank robbery in her precinct. A rare accomplishment for a law enforcement officer so early in her career, Tamara was awarded “Cop of the Month” for the arrest.

In 1997, Tamara Beauzile was specially chosen for a UN delegation to Haiti. Her ability to read and speak Haitian Creole and her outstanding background as an officer made her the perfect candidate for teaching Haitian police forces about modern law enforcement best practices. The delegation and the local community definitely benefitted from her involvement.

In 1998 and 2001, the Ministers of Harlem USA, a charitable community service organization, recognized Tamara’s outstanding efforts in her community. She was awarded their Outstanding Performance Award and Distinguished Service Award in those years, respectively. Another award was the New Bridges International Law Enforcement Recognition Service Award in 2006.

On top of awards, Tamara was always busy spearheading meaningful projects, like the establishment of the very first Cops and Kids Female Basketball League while she was in the Community Affairs Bureau. She received her Master’s degree in Public Administration shortly before becoming a sergeant.

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What Will Tamara Beauzile Do in Retirement?

After years of contributing to her community, Beauzile does not plan to stop just because she is retired. She plans to spend her time volunteering and staying involved with organizations that are important to her, like the Gay Officer Action League. She also wants to either go into teaching or possibly look into business ownership now that she has the time for it.

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