First Female Officer To Retire From LPS
When London Police Service Constable Judy Alfuady retires on Thursday, and will be the first female officer on the force to do so.
Her 38-year career began on February 2, 1976 as a 911 dispatcher. She stayed in that position for more than 21 years before training at the Ontario Police College. She was sworn in as a Constable in 1997. Since then, Alfuady has walked the beat in uniform, worked at the Police Reporting Centre and in reception at LPS headquarters.
Chief Brad Duncan notes that Constable Alfuady, “is currently the longest-serving member of the London Police Service and our first female officer to retire.”