Who We Are

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Officers of the Board

 Deborah Costello - President
Cristy Pelletier - Vice President
Lori Grimm - Treasurer
Jilana Cole - Secretary


Police wife since 2006. Mother of 4 blessings, 1 girl 3 boys. I’m a Midwestern girl who loves to craft, bake and travel. My life is lived in service to God and my family, both blood and blue. Founder of the Las Vegas Metro Police Officer Wives group and active in community support for Departments across the country.
— Deborah C.
Police wife since 2005. Mother of twins, actively involved in my children’s education and cheer coach for a youth program. Understands firsthand the effects of critical incidents on my husband, family, community, and department.
— Cristy P.
Police wife since 2009. Married to a veteran. Mother of 2 small children. Actively involved in community fundraising and positive police outreach for the past 3 years.
— Carrie S.
Police wife since 2006. Full-time Crime Scene Investigator. Full-time Mother. Full-time coffee drinker (HA! Just kidding...sort of). Director of DRAGG Las Vegas, a non-profit after school program for at-risk youth. Since I also work in law enforcement, I understand the life of a police wife in a different way!
— Noreen C.
Police wife since 2012. Former Police Officer with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. Mother, active youth ministries leader, and entrepreneur. I understand the duties, love for the job, mindset, and stress involved with being an Officer. I also understand the importance of a supportive family life.
— Heaven W.
Police wife since 2009. Mother of two and business entrepreneur. I am best friends with my husband of almost 15 years, he’s a LVMPD Officer who works in the Office of Community Engagement, where he participates and facilitates many community events. We are active in our church and also have a heart for missions internationally and in our own backyard.
— Lisa M.
Police wife since 2008. Mother of three: one son and two daughters. I love to travel and believe a spa day is good for the soul. Marriage isn’t easy, but it’s worth it. Take time to invest in each other - nothing worth having grows overnight.
— Ashley C.
Police wife since 2006. Stay at home mother of three beautiful children. I enjoy being involved with my children’s education, church activities, and supporting the blue family.
— Virginia R.
Police wife since 1980. I am the mother of 3 grown boys, and 2 granddaughters. I am a retired LVMPD dispatcher of 34 years. I was the voice behind the radio that helped our officers and I worked many critical incidents including the loss of an officer in 1988. My husband is a Ret. LVMPD Homicide Sgt. and my oldest son is a LVMPD officer.
— Barbara S.
Police wife since 2000. Stay at home Mom of four, three sons, and a daughter. They keep me very busy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way! I’m very involved in the Las Vegas community that my husband has served and protected for 17 years through our church, friendships, children’s, school and sports programs.
— Jilana C.
Police wife since 2013 (but been with him through 2 academies since 2010). We have two small kids, boy and a girl. In the small amount of free time, I love to hang out with my best friend (husband) and my family. I love being a police wife and the “framily” we have made.
— Kori J.
Police wife since 2006. Mother of two step children I’ve been blessed to raise as my own, and two tail-wagging fur babies, who rule the roost. I’m lucky enough to have a job that fulfills my passion for flight, as a Captain for a Corporate Aviation Department. My true love is spending time with my family and friends and derive happiness by taking care of others. I have a strong desire to make a positive difference in our world and believe, we as individuals need to BE THE CHANGE.
— Michelle H.
Police and USMC veteran wife since 2017. Mother to an angel son that was born sleeping. I enjoy getting out and exploring the beautiful state of Nevada with my four legged trail buddy. Carolina girl who loves her ACC basketball, especially her Tar Heels. Before moving to Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to work closely with law enforcement through trainings and committees on which I previously served. Now, through my involvement with PWOA and our local wives’ group I am able to continue providing support here at home to my Officer and those with whom he serves while also helping to bridge gaps in our greater community through our events and outreach.
— Allycia M.