Officer Shanelle Dillon is a dedicated and passionate member of the North Charleston Police Department, fulfilling her lifelong dream of serving as a police officer. Hailing from the Bronx, NY, she brings a unique perspective and a strong sense of community to her role. Graduating from South Carolina State University with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice, Officer Dillon is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Inc., showcasing her commitment to excellence and service.
Assigned to the South Evening shift, Officer Shanelle Dillon embodies the spirit of Black History Month as a time of reflection and progress. She sees it as a celebration of the remarkable advancements made by the Black community in various fields despite facing numerous challenges and obstacles. Reflecting on her personal journey, Officer Dillon recalls the resilience and determination of her mother, a single parent who overcame adversity to achieve remarkable success. Witnessing her mother’s achievements, from running a millionaire business to becoming a published author and licensed pastor, inspires Officer Dillon to continue breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations.
In Officer Shanelle Dillon’s eyes, Black History Month symbolizes the legacy of triumph over adversity and the limitless potential of the Black community. She embodies the essence of perseverance and empowerment, embodying the values of progress and unity. As she patrols the streets of North Charleston, Officer Dillon carries with her a deep appreciation for the strides made by her ancestors and a commitment to creating a brighter future for all.