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Dr. Kevin Chabot started in 2001 as a summer officer and went full time in 2004. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and minor in Economics, a Master of Science degree in Community Economic Development, a Graduate certificate in Criminal Justice, and his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from the University of New England earned in 2020. His dissertation focused on the relationship of procedural justice to public satisfaction and legitimacy in southern maine police agencies. Additionally, he graduated from the 272nd session of the FBI National Academy.
Capt. Chabot handled two police dogs (K-9 Elli 2006-2014 & K-9 Jagger 2014-2020) and was the ranking member of the Honor Guard for ten years.
Capt. Chabot is an instructor at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and regularly teaches field sobriety testing along with being a physical fitness test rater for the academy. He is an Adjunct Professor at YCCC in Criminal Justice. He is currently appointed by the Governor to represent the Maine Chiefs of Police on the 911 Advisory Board and is the Chair of the District 1 Training Council (York County).
Capt. Chabot served eight years in the Army Reserves leaving as a Staff Sergeant and is a combat veteran serving in Bosnia 2000-2001 and Iraq 2003-2004.