Honor | Courage | Dignity | Loyalty | Respect | Integrity
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Chief Dan McGee 2013
DANIEL McGEE
CHIEF OF POLICE

November 2, 2014

"Community" is something that I think we often take for granted. We like to say it. We like to implore it, but we don't like to involve ourselves in it, unless it is comfortable and expedient for our own purposes.

One thing I hope that we look at is we have giving hearts. Another thing I hope we look at is that we have the ability to affect change. Not selfish change, but change which whole-heartedly affects those people around us who are less able or in need.

One of my goals is to show you that our department, and the officers, are a caring and giving agency. Beyond our duties we help with many charity events, donate money, and volunteer time. I hope we can impress upon our community that giving of one's time can be a very rich and rewarding effort. You can make the difference in the life of someone!

Plato once said "The community which has neither riches nor poverty, will always have the noblest of principles". One interpretation is that if we give of our hearts or riches everyone can have something. For the givier, it is Honor. And Honor is one of the most noble of principles to have.

God Bless,

Chief McGee


 

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| MISSION STATEMENT |

The Montpelier Police Department shall endeavor to be a caring organization which dedicates itself to personal excellence, teamwork, and focused performance.

Our mission is to be considerate of the needs of the citizens, while providing a safe and secure environment. We shall do this by enforcing laws; arresting violators when necessary;  building community relations through a cooperative partnership with the citizens of Montpelier; respecting the dignity of all people;  and by striving to protect individual rights afforded by the laws of this city, state, and within the United States Constitution.

This mission is to not only arrest violators, but to use our best discretion in order to improve the quality of life for all. All officers of the Montpelier Police Department shall be mindful and hold near to their heart what it means to have Honor, Courage, Dignity, Loyalty, Respect, and Integrity. These words represent our values.

We shall take this mission on not because we have to, but because we believe we serve a higher purpose. Each officer shall be unwavering in their commitment to this mission.


 


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