As Office Administrator not only is she stationed at the reception desk to greet people who walk into the station, she reviews and enters all new case files for their entry into the database. She makes non emergency reports and issues any press releases along with a multitude of various tasks she may be assigned throughout the day. Despite performing so many vital duties for the department, she is ever so modest about her job.
"I handle a lot of the walk in people, trying to get them to the right officer, or the right department. Nothing too glamorous, get the occasion 911 call, some dispatch." she told the Times in a recent interview.
Ms Clements also contends with being 5 months pregnant. The job of being a mother rising quickly on the horizon, she takes it all in stride and attributes the support of the men and women of the APPD for her ability to be able to manage it all.
Zoey moved to Asphyxiation Point shortly after a very personal tragedy and began working for Chief DeSanta soon after as the department's receptionist. Since then she has grown close to the people she works with.
"Coming to work everyday is like coming home. This is my family, we eat and drink together, we see each other almost everyday, hell they had to approve of the boyfriend." she said in her interview. " If I'm the heart, that's the head, he (DeSanta)is the Father to us all here." she continued.
At only 21 years old, Zoey Clements has over come personal tragedy and started over in a new town. She has made a successful life for herself in AP. She has a child on the way, that she jokingly swears isn't DeSanta's, and has become an integral part of the police force.
"When I left South Carolina , there was no place for me to call home. Not only an I proud to call AP home, I am proud to call the PD my family and thank my blessings for the Chief. He is the dad I never had" She said.
-Reported by Pen Dragon