About > Stacy Swanderski
Stacy Swanderski, Vice President
Stacy Swanderski was born in Detroit MI and raised Farmington MI. After graduating from Farmington High in 1988 she followed in her fathers law enforcement footsteps. In 1989 she was hired by Farmington Hills Police Department as Police Cadet. She attended Madonna University. There she earned a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice, graduated with Honors Cum Laude and was a member of Kappa Gamma Pi National Catholic College Graduate Honor Society.
In 1993 she was promoted to Police Officer. During her twenty five years as an officer she had the honor and privilege to serve her department and community in many different capacities. These included Field Training Officer, Detective of Special Victim Crimes, Arson Investigator, Evidence Technician, Firearms and Self Defense Instructor, while earning numerous citations, awards and letters of appreciation along the way.
Parallel to her police career, Stacy also attained her certifications as a Firefighter and Medic, serving as a paid On Call Firefighter for Farmington Hills Fire Department.
Stacy served as a member of her Police Honor Guard Detail and has continued that drive and motivation to honor her fellow Brothers and Sisters who have fallen in the line of duty by becoming a member of the Metro Detroit Police & Fire Pipes and Drums while also serving as President of Salem Chapter Warthogs, a 501 (c)(3) aiding any first responder and/or their family in a time of need.
An avid sports fan and competitor Stacy played professional women’s football for the Detroit Demolition and still to this day competes in Full Ironman Triathlons.
Her love for dogs and training them to become certified therapy dogs through Therapy Dogs International has blessed her with frequenting assisted living homes, rehabilitation centers and nursing homes.
She has vowed to continue and adapt the mission statement upheld during her career as a law enforcement officer into her in involvement with The Crosshairs Foundation by, “maintaining the safety and quality of life of this and (all) communities through the delivery of superior service without prejudice or partiality”.