Lynne Doucette started her law enforcement career in 1997 as a Reserve Officer for the town of Monmouth, Maine. In 1999, she was hired by the Winthrop Police Department and attended the 89th MCBPS at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy; graduating 3rd in her class. In 2003, she was hired by the Brunswick Police Department where she was assigned to the patrol division as an officer. In 2006, she was promoted to detective and assigned to the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency as an undercover agent. In 2008, Lynne was the first female to be promoted to Sergeant, and in 2011 was promoted to Lieutenant. She is currently the Brunswick Police Department’s MLEAP Accreditation Manager, Scheduling Supervisor, Social Media Administrator, and works with the administration in policy development and review.
Lynne is a certified bike patrol officer, defensive tactics instructor, freelance author and advisory board member for Police Magazine, and active member of FOP. Lynne has received numerous superior performance awards throughout her career, to include a Meritorious Service Award from Maine Association of Police, Trilogy Award for Leadership from FBI-LEEDA, and Official Commendations from the Portland (Maine) Police Department and Los Angeles (California) Police Department.
Lynne holds an Associate’s of Science in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration, both from the University of Maine – Augusta. Lynne also has a Master’s of Science in Administration of Justice from the Southern New Hampshire University, as well as countless hours of in-service trainings.
When not working Lynne can usually be found trying to capture all Mother Nature has to offer with her camera, or cruising around in her limited edition Corvette.