C.A.S. Robbins started with the Swansea Police Department in April of 2012 as a 911 Dispatcher and Certified Training Officer. Robbins attended Southwestern Illinois College from 2004-2007 graduating with an Associates of Science degree in the Administration of Justice. Robbins began her law enforcement career in 2007 becoming a Community Service Aide and Emergency Dispatcher.
In 2010 Robbins moved from Illinois to Georgia to pursue emergency dispatching where she earned vast experience for a large department, various certifications and accreditations. Her certifications include becoming a Nationally Certified 911 Dispatcher.
After joining the Swansea Police Department Robbins has also become a member of the FEMA Disaster Crisis Counselors for First Responders and represents the department on the Regional Critical Incident Stress Management Team that also assists First Responders.
Most recently, Robbins took over the task of transforming the communications center from an emergency dispatch center to a non-emergency civilian based department. This required hiring and training several talented Civilian Policing Aides. Robbins supervises the civilian department as well as, maintains the new records management system, executes administrative projects as requested by the Chief of Police, amongst other roles and responsibilities.
Robbins is in the process of completing her Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration at Murray State University. Robbins has been married since 2016. Both she and her husband are dedicated to working in the field of emergency services.