The Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteers of Navajo County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps support crime prevention activities.
The mission of the Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteers of Navajo County, provides support to and under the direction of the Navajo County Sheriff's Office in search and rescue missions, in locating or extracting from danger persons lost, missing, or in imminent danger of serious bodily harm, or other missions as determined by the Sheriff. Assist the Navajo County Sheriff in accomplishing his Public Safety and Crime Prevention obligations to the public.
The commitment is to service by building relationships and partnerships to solve problems in concert with the community is a fundamental task to each member of this department and community. We understand that the quality of our individual actions contributes to the reputation of our organization as a whole. We are committed to serve our communities with the highest professionalism, service and support commensurate with the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office.
It is with a heavy heart that today, we announce that we have lost a very active member of our SAV family. Cedar Hills Director and 2nd Lieutenant Maureen MacNeil passed away May 2, 2021. Maureen started with the SAVs on 10/2/2016. On the radio she went by #V-32. Some dispatchers never met her but could always remember her call sign and voice. SAV Officer MacNeil served 2224.85 hours. She would drive on House Watch patrol well over 100 miles each week. She delivered food to several people who could not leave their homes because of their own serious medical problems and was always willing to help with whatever we needed from an accident in the middle of the night to crime scenes, fires or any other event that an SAV was needed. Maureen especially liked to work with children. Anything that had to do with kids was her specialty and passion. She was a valuable member of the Corporation and sat on the Corporate Board of Directors. Maureen MacNeil will be greatly missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers go with her, her family and her friends.
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