PPD celebrating Lt. Bowman, a dedicated female leader at the Pasadena Police Department, as she embarks on her new role in the Personnel and Training Division.

As we celebrate Women’s History Month and recognize women who have contributed to our history, culture, and society, we highlight our highest-ranking female officer, Lt. Bowman, for her dedication and leadership to the Pasadena Police Department.

Lt. Bowman began her career at the Pasadena Police Department in 2009 after moving to Texas from Pennsylvania. Throughout her tenure at Pasadena P.D., she has accomplished numerous things in many divisions and is beginning her new assignment to the Personnel and Training Division, where she will oversee the academy and range staff.

As she transitions to her new academy role, her primary focus will be recruiting, hiring, and training. With the knowledge and training she’s obtained from years of experience in law enforcement and graduating from the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Impact Leadership Program, she will launch our latest employee retention endeavor, the Resiliency and Mentorship Program (R.A.M.P.). R.A.M.P. will strive to focus on resiliency and professional growth and will benefit nearly 400 police and civilian personnel who protect and serve our community.

Lt. Bowman will be attending our Open House this Saturday at the Police Academy and looks forward to seeing everyone there!

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