Sergeant

Douglas E. Maifeld

2011 Cop Card

2010 Cop Card

2003 Cop Card 1996 Cop Card

1999 Cop Card

1995 D.A.R.E. Card

Officer Maifeld and daughter Meagan - Fall 2006 Officer Maifeld and daughter Rebecca - Fall 2008


1996 & 1999 Rumford Cop Cards Printed by: Choice Marketing
2003 Rumford Cop Cards Printed by: Kolor Klub




Douglas Maifeld
Police Officer

Rumford PD's Cruiser



Department ID October 1990

May 1988, I was hired by the Town of Rumford Police Department
as a Reserve Police Officer. I began working on a full-time part-time basis
upon completing the Maine Criminal Justice Academy Reserve Training,
Dewey Robinson, the Police Chief at the time asked if I would be interested
in running in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Maine
and raising some money for Special Olympics Maine. I agreed and have been
volunteering and assisting ever since. I currently hold a position on the Executive
Council for Special Olympics in the State of Maine.

View my Special Olympics Page by clicking the Special Olympics logo below.



My training includes being:

A Certified D.A.R.E. Instructor,
Intoxilyzer Instructor, Certified Police Cyclist,
Methods of Instruction (MOI), Municipal Ordinance Prosecutor,
HGN (Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus) Administrator,
Terminal Operator (Teletype), Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
and since June 2003 a certified Seat Belt Technician,
Reid Interview and Interrogation


Special Olympics Home Page

Doug's Special Olympic Page
MCBPS 66th Class Leader Day 1 (August 1990)

In February of 1990, I was hired full time and attended
the Maine Criminal Justice Academy (66th Municipal/County
Basic Police School), in the Fall of 1990, where I graduated
10th in my class. The Photo at the left, I am being addressed by the
Cadres Maine State Trooper Robert Chandler and David Alexander,
as Class Leader on the first day at the Police Academy.
The photo below is our class photo.

Class Photo of the 66th M.C.B.P.S.



D.A.R.E. America


Department ID 1995


In September of 1993, I was trained to be a D.A.R.E. Instructor.
Our D.A.R.E. Program is taught to fifth grade students from
the Towns of Rumford / Mexico / Roxbury / Byron and Hanover. They attend either
Rumford Elementary School, Meroby Elementary School or
the St. Athanasius & St. John / Holy Savior School.
Prior to the year 2000 it was taught at the 6th grade level.



I consider myself extremely lucky to have been chosen to teach
the D.A.R.E. Program in the Rumford Area Schools,
because I feel it is important to educate the youth of the dangers
of Drugs and Violence. D.A.R.E. is the most
satisfying part of my job. It's nice to enter the school in a police uniform
and have the youth happy to see me. I served from 1996-2000 on the
State of Maine board of directors as Secretary/Treasurer for
the Maine D.A.R.E. Officers Association.


Hall of Fame 1998 Bob Bell Award 2012
Doug with Bell Award

On March 26th, 1998, I was honored with being one of first few officers
inducted into the Maine Law Enforcement Torch Run Hall of Fame.
I was inducted for my over ten years of dedicated service to the
Torch Run and for helping to further the goals of Special Olympics Maine.

In March, 2012, I was honored with the highest
award a Law Enforcement Officer can receive for
my (25)-Twenty Five Years volunteering and raising
money for Special Olympics Maine. I was
presented the Bob Bell Award in South Portland, ME.


This was a very special day for me and one I'll always remember.

Volunteer and donate if you can!!!!

Special Olympics Maine has been a great pleasure of mine,
both while representing the Rumford Police Department and
volunteering my own time. Please Support your local
Special Olympics. Attend some of their games....
You'll never forget the experience...


Ptl. Maifeld's 2003 Cop Card

In 1996, I worked with the Maine Bureau of Highway
Safety
to sponsor the Rumford Police Department
Cop Card Program. The Program was a great success that a second
series was released in 1999 and a third series introducing the
newer officers plus myself and Sgt. Tracey Higley as the
D.A.R.E. Officers was release in October 2003.
An additional Series with even newer officers was released in 2006.
Check out my dual agency card with Rumford PD and Oxford SO.
This card was released in 2011 to be given out to all the youth
I meet while visiting schools in the Oxford County area.

I am an avid Cop Card Collector.
On occasion, I also collect Patches. E-mail me,
If you or your police department have Cop Cards,
I'd love to have them in my collection.
E-mail me for a trade
or if you want to get rid of cards
you can send them to me at
150 River Street, Rumford, Maine 04276-2029.
I currently have over 14,500 Cop Cards from all 50 States,
most Canadian Provinces, England, New Zealand, Holland, Germany,
Puerto Rico and Spain. This is one of my Cop Cards.
You can view all the Rumford PD Cop Cards here: RPD Cop Cards
or just mine by clicking here: Doug's Cop Cards



Department ID 2005

Department ID 2008

In March 2013, the Rumford Police Department's D.A.R.E. Program
celebrated 25 years of D.A.R.E. in the River Valley area.
The current 2014-2015 School Year is our 27th Anniversary
and my twenty-second year teaching the D.A.R.E. Program.



On September 26, 2008, I was promoted to Corporal.
My duties remained Patrol, D.A.R.E.
and included being a Supervisor.




Reserve Deputy Douglas Maifeld

Reserve Deputy Douglas Maifeld
Oxford SO Patch

March 2009, I was hired as a part-time
Deputy by the Oxford County Sheriff's Office.
I joined the department to strictly assist teaching the
D.A.R.E. Program in schools in the
Oxford County communities. I also work patrol shifts on
ocassion and sometimes help with other activities.

On February 13th, 2011, I began working additionally under a Federal
Grant as a School Violence Prevention Officer. I was appointed by
Sheriff Wayne Gallant to work this detail over the next several years.






Sgt. Douglas Maifeld - March 2011

On December 20, 2010, I was promoted to Sergeant.
My duties remain Patrol, D.A.R.E.
and now include being a Shift Supervisor.


I enjoy spending time playing sports, card collecting,
especially Cop Cards & spending time with my family,
Wife-Mary & Daughters: Meagan & Rebecca .

My "Cop-Card" Messages & Safety Tip:

1) Don't fall victim to peer pressure,
dare to control your own destiny,
because the consequences of your choices
can always be positive.
2) Remember you have the POWER!!!
No one can force you to do something
that is wrong or dangerous.
Only you have that POWER!!!!
3) Your goals are never out of reach as long
as you continue to work hard to achieve them.
4) Seat belts save lives, buckle up for safety!







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