Great Work Recognized: Six BPD Women Awarded for their Service at 2018 Spirit of MAWLE Award Ceremony

 Pictured From L to R: Sergeant Detective Kelley O'Connell, Deputy Nora Baston (accepting award on behalf of Civilian Elizabeth Campbell), Police Officer Nicole Grant, Police Officer Kerline Desir, Police Officer Leoutrah Tabb, Civilian Jennifer Gillis

Pictured From L to R: Sergeant Detective Kelley O'Connell, Deputy Nora Baston (accepting award on behalf of Civilian Elizabeth Campbell), Police Officer Nicole Grant, Police Officer Kerline Desir, Police Officer Leoutrah Tabb, Civilian Jennifer Gillis

The Spirit of MAWLE (Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement) Awards Ceremony was held Tuesday night, June 19, 2018 at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, MA. The Spirit of MAWLE Awards are presented to women in law enforcement who have gone above and beyond in the areas of leadership, mentoring, courage, community service, performance, and civilian achievement. The awards ceremony celebrates the outstanding accomplishments of these women. The BPD is proud to announce that the following Boston Police officers and civilians were honored with special recognition certificates:

  • Sergeant Detective Kelley O'Connell
  • Civilian Elizabeth Campbell
  • Police Officer Nicole Grant
  • Police Officer Kerline Desir
  • Police Officer Leoutrah Tabb
  • CivilianJennifer Gillis

From all of us at the BPD, we say, “Congratulations on this recognition of your excellent work, and thank you for your service to the City of Boston!”