Tammy Wolf Share

Apr 5, 2018  |  Layla Price-Bodkin

Tam­my Wolf has been with the Mar­i­on Police Depart­ment for sev­er­al years in the posi­tion of Victim’s Advo­cate. Her main respon­si­bil­i­ties are com­mu­ni­cat­ing and sup­port­ing vic­tims of crime. Many peo­ple believe she only assists vic­tims of domes­tic bat­tery but she actu­al­ly assists vic­tims of any crime.

Regard­less of what cir­cum­stances bring the vic­tim to Tam­my, she con­tin­ues to show she cares. The degree of empa­thy, com­pas­sion and patience she con­tin­ues to demon­strate day in and day out is extraordinary.

The impor­tance of Tammy’s posi­tion is often over­looked. The chal­lenges she faces assist­ing the vic­tim are nev­er easy to over­come. Yet, Tam­my con­tin­ues to do it dai­ly with a pos­i­tive atti­tude and often a smile!

Tam­my has always been an asset to our depart­ment that we great­ly appre­ci­ate! And trust me when I say, if you ever have the mis­for­tune of being a vic­tim of a crime, you want Tam­my Wolf advo­cat­ing for you!

Alex Ken­wor­thy, Deputy Chief, Mar­i­on Police Department