Employee of the Quarter

Officer Christopher Plummer

Officer Christopher Plummer has been employed with the Dover Police Department since 2011 and currently serves as the Neighborhood Liaison Officer at Whittier Falls.  Officer Plummer has shown himself to be a very motivated officer who routinely makes himself aware of all matters involving the neighborhood he serves, as well as the on-goings within the City of Dover.  Officer Plummer also serves as a D.A.R.E. Officer at the Dover Middle School, runs programs like the annual bicycle parade, and he visits regularly with elderly tenants at Central Towers.  Sergeant Pettingill supervises Officer Plummer and wrote in his nomination about Officer Plummer’s commitment;


“It is not uncommon for Officer Plummer to contact me during his off-duty time to pass along intelligence about an ongoing investigation, or to offer information about an incident that has occurred somewhere in the City.”


Another component of Officer Plummer’s police role is through his community action where he serves as the Team Captain on the police charity hockey team for the CHAD Battle of the Badges Charity Hockey Game.  This is an event that occurs during Officer Plummer’s off-duty time and Lieutenant Martinelli , who also nominated Officer Plummer for the award, wrote;


“Officer Plummer’s involvement in CHaD doesn’t just extend to playing in a hockey game and raising money, for the last eight years he has been the Captain of the team. This has blossomed into hosting the statewide tryouts and attending CHaD organizational meetings, significantly adding to his time commitment.”


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