On April 20, Mid – Atlantic Association of Women in Law Enforcement (MAAWLE) presented Montgomery County Police Officer Carrie Glascock with the Trooper Jessica Chaney Spirit Award. The award is presented to a law enforcement professional with five (5) years or less of service, who has excelled during her short tenure and embodies the spirit of Trooper Jessica Cheney.
Officer Glascock, who is currently assigned to the 3rd District, was presented the award during MAAWLE’s annual conference in Ocean City, Maryland. Although her career with Montgomery County Police has just started, Officer Glascock has already made an impact on the community she serves. While still in field training, she fingerprinted several stolen vehicles, identifying suspects tied to multiple auto-theft cases. She completed several search warrants related to a prostitution and drug case, leading to a network of drug trafficking and prostitution. Her efforts help build a solid case against a career criminal.
Due to her hard work, in April 2014 Officer Glascock was awarded the Officer of the Month in the 3rd District. She is trained as a shift evidence technican enabling her to help process various kinds of crime scenes. Sergeant Brian Parker, Officer Glascock’s supervisor, stated in the nomination paperwork, “There is no doubt she exhibits the best qualities of a law enforcement professional and every member of the public is safer because of it.”
MCP would like to congratulate Officer Glascock on this award and we look forward to her having a long and successful career with the department.