Title: Police Officer
Company: Matthews Police Department
Location: Matthews, North Carolina, United States
Quincy Smith, Police Officer at Matthews Police Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
Mr. Smith has excelled as a traffic officer with the Matthews Police Department of North Carolina since 2020. Recently, he was recognized by the Rotary Club of Matthews with Officer of the Month honors after he aided a homeless woman in an electric wheelchair whose oxygen tank was running low while she was waiting for a bus that would take her to a train station so she could connect with her family. Mr. Smith loaded her luggage in his vehicle and followed the bus to the downtown station and gave her enough money to board the train.
After earning a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice from Kean University in New Jersey, Mr. Smith has provided superior service in law enforcement with the University of South Carolina Beaufort Police Department and Estill, South Carolina Police Department. In January 2016, he was shot several times at close range by a suspect. He survived with the aid of family and friends and was later, in what he considers a career highlight, awarded with an Ironman Award from the National Criminal Interdiction Conference.
Mr. Smith, the son of a former New York Police Department officer, counts among his responsibilities with the Matthews Police Department enforcing the local, state, and federal traffic laws, making sure motorists get to their destination safely, responding to calls about collisions and working to reduce motor vehicle accidents within the city limits. In the coming years Mr. Smith intends to secure higher positions in the police force and to eventually be appointed to high leadership.
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