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Young woman’s longtime wish has come true

Alpharetta, Georgia – After years of commitment and hard work, Stephanie Albregts has finally become a police officer, which is a very proud moment for her. She has joined the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.

Stephanie got her start in law enforcement in 2015, when she joined the Milton Police Department’s Explorer Program because she was interested in the job. In this first step, there was more than just a discovery; it was the start of a serious effort to become a police officer. Stephanie continued to follow her interest after graduating from Milton High School in 2019. She went to college with the goal of becoming a police officer.

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It was May 2023, and Stephanie was fresh out of college and already in the process of getting a job with the Alpharetta Police Department. Over the years, she stayed focused and dedicated, and it showed in her work at the police school, where she not only did well in her training but also won awards like the prestigious Spartan Award and the Honor Student award. These awards show how committed and capable she was in becoming police officer.

This week, Officer Stephanie Albregts, the newest member of the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, was fully welcomed into the family. As she starts her field training with D Squad, her coworkers and supervisors are excited about the new energy and perspective she will bring to the department.

Stephanie’s story is one of perseverance and commitment to a goal. She has been working toward her dream job as a police officer for eight years, despite the difficulties and steep learning curves that come with the process. The fact that she joined the Alpharetta Police Department shows how much she wants to help and protect the people who have been a big part of her life.

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The department is happy that Stephanie has joined and is also looking forward to the good changes she will bring. Many young people who want to serve their community look up to her story of how she went from being an interested kid in the Explorer Program to a full-fledged police officer.

A lot of people in the Alpharetta area commented on this moving story that the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety posted on Facebook.

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“So far your story is a good one. Knowing you, the chapters to come will be as interesting, filled with accomplishments that are likely to be astounding. The family is proud of you, sending you our love,” one user said.

“Welcome home! I hope you have a long and rewarding career,” another person commented.

“CONGRATULATIONS!!! So proud and so excited to see her career grow!,” Facebook user Kate Elisabeth said.

Our team wishes Officer Stephanie Albregts all the best in her career.

Gideon Blackwell



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