OCPD Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police Retires

Carolyn Beatty is retiring after ten years of faithful and dedicated service to the Ocean City

Carolyn E. Beatty

Carolyn E. Beatty

Police Department and the Town of Ocean City. Beatty, who joined the department in 2003, has spent her career as the Executive Assistant to Ocean City Police Chief Bernadette DiPino.

During her career with the OCPD, Beatty oversaw the operational needs of the Office of the Chief.  She was instrumental in ensuring that key processes, critical to the operation of the department, were accomplished and successful. 

Beatty was selflessly dedicated to overseeing and coordinating critical administrative demands of the department, which included personnel orders, special orders and Chief of Police memorandums.  She was also tasked with additional responsibilities, such as the coordination of the OCPD Christmas Toy & Food Drive, numerous “Maryland Special Olympics” fundraising events, as well as the responsibilities to ensure that all of the public’s correspondence with the Chief of Police were handled in a first rate professional manner.

The men and women of the Ocean City Police Department would like to congratulate Mrs. Carolyn Beatty on her retirement from public service.  “She was always there and always made it possible for me to manage a multitude of projects and endeavors,” said Chief DiPino.  “Over the years, I have received numerous compliments about Carolyn’s demeanor, compassion, kindness and professional conduct, from citizens, politicians and law enforcement professionals.” Carolyn made certain whatever came out of this department was polished and professional.”

Beatty has severed the citizens of Ocean City and the personnel of the OCPD with distinction.  Her charisma, character and charm will be tremendously missed. The singularly distinctive accomplishments of Beatty as the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police were instrumental in the day to day operations and reflect great credit upon herself and the Ocean City Police Department.