Detective Tiffany Bennett Recognized by Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Chaplain Division for Autism Awareness
(Paulding County, GA) Detective Tiffany Bennett, of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division (CID), was honored for her work with Autism Awareness by the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Chaplain Divison recently.
Detective Bennett was recognized by Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Senior Chaplain and the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Senior Chaplin, Dr. Joey Meeks at a ceremony held at the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office on March 31, 2022. This recognition occurred in conjunction with National Autism Awareness Month which occurs during the month of April every year.
On March 10, 2022, Detective Bennett spoke at the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Chaplain Division Conference on St. Simons Island about Autism Awareness. She shared her compassion for those who have been impacted by autism and the work she has accomplished in the field of Autism Awareness for First Responders.
The work that Detective Bennett has started between First Responders and families of individuals with autism has begun to build a bridge of recognition and cooperation. Her work has played a key role for first responders as the profession of law enforcement works to promote de-escalation techniques for First Responders.
Senior Chaplain Joey Meeks stated, “We would like to thank Tiffany for pursuing something she is passionate about. Furthermore, her work should be commended by everyone because she is making a difference in our community every day. May God bless Detective Bennett along with all of our First Responders!”
Congratulations to Detective Bennett for being recognized by the GSA Chaplain Division and for her dedicated work in bringing awareness to those individuals impacted by Autism.