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D.A.R.E. Officer Penny Cure


Email: cure@rocktonpolice.org

Phone: (815) 624-2611 #2909

YOU CAN'T CONTROL HOW PEOPLE ACT, BUT YOU CAN CONTROL HOW YOU RESPOND. YOU CAN CHOOSE TO CONTROL YOUR ATTITUDE OR ALLOW IT TO CONTROL YOU. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHO YOU BECOME.

Officer Cure grew up in Oak Forest, Illinois. She graduated from Oak Forest High School where she was involved in competitive swimming and cheerleading. Officer Cure attended Robert Morris College and graduated with an Associates Degree in Business Management with honors. While in college, Officer Cure worked as an Assistant Swim Coach and taught swim lessons. Officer Cure worked as the Production Manager of EMS in Palos Hills, Illinois for over nine years before joining the Rockton Police Department in June 2003. She attended Illinois State Police Academy and graduated in September 2003, where she was the recipient of the Physical Fitness Award and recognized as the most physically fit for her law enforcement class. Officer Cure's certifications include Juvenile Officer, DARE K-8, School Resource Officer, Bike Officer, Domestic Violence Instructor, Breathalizer Operator, Safety Car Seat Technician and is SAFETY KIDS program certified. Officer Cure's husband, Rob, is a Rockford City police officer and they have been married since 1996. They have three daughters, Amanda, Nichole and Kyra.

 

 

 
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