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Judy Aaron

Deputy Sheriff

Denton County

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Denton County Sheriff's Department


Bailiff


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North Texas Daily - Female officer 'just like one of the guys'

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"There was no such thing as a woman in law enforcement when I was a little girl," said Officer Judy Aaron of the Denton County Sheriff's Department."It just wasn't something girls dreamed of." The police departments at A&M, the University of Houston, UT-Dallas and UT-Arlington, as well as the City of Denton and the Denton County Sheriff's Department, are comprised of only about one-fifth female members, but many of those women are in upper administrative positions. UT-Dallas has women as both its chief of police and assistant chief of police, and at A&M, every female officer in the department possesses a master commission license, the highest certification an officer can receive. Aaron, an officer in the Denton area for over 30 years, began her career at the City of Denton Police Department. She now works as a bailiff at the Denton County Courthouse. For years, she and other female police officers were considered "tomboys" or even "butch," she said. NT Sgt.Talking people through emotionally charged situations is an acquired skill, Aaron said. "When you're dealing with someone who's almost out of control, you have to try not to intimidate the person and not be too aggressive," she said. "You have to show your authority but not be too pushy with it." Still, as most officers discover, techniques learned in the academy do not always work on the street. "Once you get on the street, it's a different picture," Aaron said. "It all comes with experience.The more you work together, the more your fellow officers gain faith that you can do it." At the NT department, patrol units consist of only one officer instead of the traditional two-person team because of the size of the community. Yet, even though NT officers don't depend on a partner, they must develop a degree of trust among themselves nonetheless. "A man sometimes goes into a crime scene with an authoritative attitude that is intimidating and sometimes threatening," Aaron said. * Officer Judy Aaron of the Denton County Sheriff's Department suggested that in addition to holding high positions in police departments, women could be better sharpshooters than men. * Women's advantage may lie not so much in their skill as in as their training, NT Sgt.


Denton County, TX - Press Release

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Bailiff Judy Aaron earned two gold medals in the Elite Masters division with a 125-pound bench press and a 56:28 5K road run.


Denton County, TX - Press Release

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Bailiff Judy Aaron also brought home a gold medal in the female Golden Grand Masters class by lifting 65 pounds in the bench press.
This was her second time to compete in the games.


Denton County, TX - Press Release

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Retired Bailiff Judy Aaron also earned a gold medal in the Elite Masters division with a 90-pound bench press.


Denton County, TX - Press Release

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Bailiff Judy Aaron also brought home a gold medal in the female Golden Grand Masters class by lifting 77 pounds in the bench press.
She has recently taken up weight lifting and competed for the first time.


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