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She tried to curb crime as a cop. Now retired, she created a nonprofit to keep serving.

November 24, 2021

When Tanya Smith retired from the Prince George’s County Police Department last year, she decided to go back to work. For Smith, 59, that meant getting back to what she loved most about her job: meeting with neighbors, connecting them to resources and, at times, passing out ice cream. “It’s all about the people,” she said. “My joy is the people. My joy is seeing a difference. My joy is being a part of making a difference for the children to come up.”

Article Source: Washington Post

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