First Female VA Police Officer - VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System
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VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System

 

First Female VA Police Officer

Elizabeth Domenzian-Finch in Full Combat uniform.

Elizabeth Domenzian-Finch, United States Air Force Security Forces.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Elizabeth Domenzian-Finch joined the United States Air Force in 2004 and served honorably for four years in Security Forces.   Elizabeth exemplifies the new roll of women in the military.  While in Security Forces, she excelled in the performance of her three overseas assignments:  Two in Saudi Arabia and one in Turkey.  

While in Saudi Arabia, Elizabeth served in the 64th Security Forces Group protecting members of the United States Army as they conducted a peacekeeping mission to train soldiers in the region. 

While working with the Emergency Services Team (EST), Air Force’s equivalence to the SWAT team, she earned her second Achievement Medal for outstanding service.   Currently, she is still serving her county as a member of  the Air National Guard.

After leaving the service, Elizabeth worked as a Court Clerk for the Regional Justice Center and then, in 2012, she joined the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System’s VA Police.  She went to Police Academy earlier this year and achieved the distinction of being the first female officer to serve in the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System.  We are proud to have members of the armed forces join “Team VA “ to provide world-class health care and services to the Veterans of Southern Nevada.

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