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Adcock recognized for five-year service to P.D.
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Beth Adcock was recognized last week by the Smithville Police Department for five years of service. Shown from left are Chief Randy Caplimger, Adcock, Alderman/Police Commissioner Shawn Jacobs and Mayor Jimmy Poss.
Smithville Police Chief Randy Caplinger awarded Police Records Clerk Beth Adcock a certificate of achievement recognizing her five years of dedicated service to the Smithville Police Department Tuesday at city hall.Also in attendance were Mayor Jimmy Poss, Alderman/Police Commissioner Shawn Jacobs and other police department employees.Adcock is not only charged with overseeing the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (T.I.B.E.R.S.) for the department, she volunteers for and helps coordinate such programs as the Smithville Police Department's Crime Stoppers, Halloween on the Square, and Christmas for Kids, all of which are designed to create interaction between the department and the community.Adcock, who holds an associate degree in Business Management, has worked as a child support case worker and a Child Support Administrator at the Warren County District Attorney's Office.