Civilian Employee of the Year

Nicole Dixon was named the 2017 Civilian of the Year.

“Nicole works in the Forensic Service Unit and is in charge of a vast amount of responsibilities,” WPOA Vice President Kees Davis said. “Just a few examples of those duties include processing major crime scenes, analyzing forensic evidence, training officers when it comes to new technology, managing the budget in FSU, as well as working hand-in-hand with detectives for the successful prosecution of cases. Nicole is often one of the first employees in the building in the morning and one of the last to leave. She is always available for callouts and you can count on her to always show up with a great attitude and ready to work no matter what the circumstances may be.”


We are fortunate to have such a highly skilled and experienced civilian staff at the Westminster Police Department. The service they provide is essential to our police operations. In short, our civilian staff allows our officers to provide a higher level of police service. 

The honor of Civilian Employee of the Year is awarded to an employee who has exemplified the mission, vision, and values of the Westminster Police Department during the entire calendar year.