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Captain Betty Crump began her career with the Concord Police Department in 1990. She is a Concord native, mother and grandmother. Captain Crump's decision to become an officer was driven by the impact of drugs and violence in the community. She lived in public housing at the time and wanted to get involved to make a difference.

Captain Crump started her career as a patrol officer, and assisted with undercover drug and prostitution operations. In 1993, she was assigned to work in the Sidestown-Shankletown Community as part of the newly formed COP (Community-Oriented Police) Unit. Later in 1995, her interest in working with youth lead her to become a DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Officer and a School Resource Officer. She remained in that assignment until 1999, when she was assigned as the Crime Prevention Specialist.

Following her promotion to the rank of sergeant in 2001, Captain Crump was assigned under the Patrol Division and worked in Baker District. She became the supervisor of the Community Services Unit in 2005. In this capacity she supervised the center city officer, school resource officers, worked with many organizations such as neighborhood watch, and community service agencies, taught crime prevention, and managed the department's problem-solving projects. Presently she serves in Administration as a Police Planner.

Captain Crump's education and training consists of an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice from Barber-Scotia College in 1999, and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2005. She also holds an Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate and a General Instructor Certificate from the State of North Carolina.

Captain Crump has served the community in many ways over the course of her career. Currently, she participates in the City of Concord Neighborhood Program, is a member of the Logan Community Advisory Board, a member of Project Safe Cabarrus Committee, a member of the United Way Citizens Review Committee, and a member of the Cabarrus County Conflict Resolution Board. She is a life long member of Grace Lutheran Church and a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.

Captain Crump has received many awards for her service to the community, which include:

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 - City of Concord Neighborhood Liaison Awards

2007 - Martin Luther King, Jr. "Keeper of the Dream" Award

2007 - Logan Community Appreciation Award

2008 - Stokes Lodge #32 A.F. & A.M. Outstanding Service Award.

Captain Crump strongly believes in police-community partnerships. "I truly enjoy working with the community and being able to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve."