Kevin has been with the Old Orchard Beach Police Department since May of 1989, starting as a reserve officer. He has a college background in Criminology and is a graduate of the 79th MCBPS. Kevin is a Field Training Officer, member of the department's Honor Guard, Tactical Baton Instructor, MARC Instructor and EVOC Instructor.
He currently holds the rank of Sergeant and oversees the department's K-9 unit. He has served as the President of the Old Orchard Beach Police Patrolman's Association as well as being a founder and President of the Maine Police Emerald Society. Kevin has served as the MAP Southern Vice President since 2003 until his election as MAP President in April of this year.
Chris has been a member of the South Portland Police Department since 2000; after spending nearly 3 years as a Corrections Officer with CCSO. He is a 1997 graduate of the SMCC Criminal Justice Program, and graduate of the 94th MCBPS.
During his time at SPPD, he spent 7 years as a member of the SWAT team, is an FTO, and MARC instructor.
Chris is currently assigned to the Detective Bureau, and has served as the President of the South Portland Police Patrolman’s Association for 3 years.
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Tracey has served with the Rumford Police Department since November 1994. He has also worked part time for the Wilton Police Department and as a special detail Deputy with the Oxford County Sheriff’s Department. Along with these law enforcement duties he has spent over ten years as an elected official on the school board for the region, first with S.A.D. 43 and then when combined, R.S.U. #10
Tracey has the rank of Sergeant with Rumford in the Patrol division and was a D.A.R.E. instructor. He is certified as a F.L.E.T.C. instructor as well as M.C.J.A instructor. He is currently a F.T.O. for the department. He is most proud of his part in developing a school based program coined, Keeping Students Safe (K.S.S.)
Tracey has served as the Rumford Police Association’s president since its formation and prior to that the president of the union under the previous A.F.S.C.M.E representation. He was elected to serve as second Vice-President September 10th, 2014
MAP welcomes Gino Bianchini as our newest board member and 3rd Vice President. Elected by the membership to fill the vacancy left by former VP Larry Morrill, Gino is President of the Freeport local and a detective with the FPD.
Amy started her career as a Reserve Officer in Old Orchard Beach in 1982. She was then hired by the Sanford Police Department In 1983. She has served 25 years in the Detective Division where she has concentrated a good portion of that time to working with victims of physical and sexual abuse.
She is also the department’s arson investigator since graduating from the National Fire Academy in 1993. Amy has served previously on the MAP executive board as a vice president and has served her local as its president for most of her career.
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Jason Burke began his law enforcement career in 1998 as a dispatcher for the Gorham Police Department then for the Windham Police Department from 2000 to 2002. His first patrol assignment was for the University of Southern Maine Police Department where he worked the Gorham and Portland campus' for two and a half years. In 2005 he was hired by the Windham Police Department as a patrol officer and has worked there since. In addition to regular uniformed patrol responsibilities he also serves as one of the department's crash reconstructionists and local Association President.
Paul has been MAP’s executive director since September of 2005. He began his law enforcement career in 1993 as a Law Enforcement Patrol Ranger with the U.S. National Park Service serving at Gateway National Recreation Area, Roosevelt/Vanderbilt National Historic Site and Fire Island National Seashore.
In 1995, he was hired as a patrol officer with the Cape Elizabeth Police Department where he served as a patrolman and then Community Liaison Officer. He also served as a DARE officer, crisis negotiator and specialized in crimes against the elderly. From 2000 to 2006 he served part time with the US Customs service which, after September 11th, became US Customs and Border Protection. During his time at Cape PD, he served not only as his local’s president, but also as the unit’s representative to the MAP full board. He was elected in 2002 as MAP’s secretary treasurer and served in this capacity until becoming executive director.