Detective Beth Ahring-Motsenbocker has been with the WFPD for over 25 years. She started the Department as a dispatcher in 1990 where she was recognized as Telecommunicator of the Year. In 2000 she graduated from the 54th Police Academy. This academy had the largest female graduates in WFPD history with a total of six.
Detective Ahring-Motsenbocker has worked all areas of Patrol and has served as a Field Training Officer where she helped to train new recruits. For the past nine years she has been assigned to the Criminal Investigation Section where she has worked as a Juvenile Detective and assisted with Sex Offender Registration. She is currently a Detective with the Misdemeanor Unit. She is also a member of the WFPD Honor Guard.
She has received several awards throughout her career to include Police Excellence and the Certificate of Merit. She holds an Advanced Peace Officer Certification.
“I have had the pleasure to train and work with many women and they each bring something unique to this career that assists both officers and the citizens of the community they serve. We each have our own way of conducting business, but with each individual we all have a goal to serve and protect and give where our community and department needs us.”
In her free time she enjoys spending time with her children, grandchildren and other family members. She enjoys traveling and making memories to last a lifetime.