Beverly has been employed with the City of Burnsville, Minnesota since 1993 and is currently assigned to the Multi-Housing Unit. She has many years in the patrol division, Crime Prevention and assists the Street Crimes Unit. She has taught in-service defensive tactics and firearms and currently serves as an FTO for her agency. Beverly is a Medal of Valor recipient honored by her agency for her heroic efforts in an officer involved shooting incident.
She has served as a firearms instructor at the local police academy and has instructed privately for The Association of Training Officers of Minnesota (ATOM) and International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, Inc. (IALEFI) in the area of female specific firearms training. Beverly is also an adjunct instructor for Louka Tactical and Team One Network.
Beverly is a member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, Inc. (IALEFI), and has attended their annual conferences. She is also an active member of the Minnesota Association of Women Police (MAWP), and the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association (MPPOA). Beverly was a co-developer and presenter of an "in-the-schools" anti-shoplifting program (S.M.A.R.T. Students Made Aware of Retail Theft) which has received local and national recognition.