Meaghan O’Leary is the Project Manager for Dirigio RMS (Risk Management Solutions). Law Enforcement has been near and dear to Meaghan’s heart since a young age, as she has multiple family members that have had Law Enforcement careers. With these strong family ties, Meaghan has a unique perspective on what the “day in the life” of a Law Enforcement officer looks like and has witnessed the positive impact officers have in their communities.
Meaghan joined Dirigo Safety in 2019, starting as the lone assistant helping in the Policy Development Department. In 2020, Meaghan took over the role of Online Training Coordinator, helping develop over 150 online classes for Dirigo Safety hosted trainings. Her hard work did not go unnoticed, as she was tasked with developing multiple State of Maine mandatory trainings in conjunction with the Maine State Criminal Justice Academy. During her time with Dirigo Safety, Meaghan managed 120 police department accounts, servicing 2200+ police officers. With her keen business sense, Meaghan gained the trust of approximately 90% of the market in the state for online police training.
Meaghan’s biggest passion within Law Enforcement training is helping ensure positive mental health and wellbeing. She was instrumental in the Maine Criminal Justice Academy adopting a Mental Health and Wellbeing lesson plan to be taught to incoming academy classes. Meaghan was a part of Heroes and Families United, which is a national discussion about the impact of the daily toll law enforcement families endure.
Meaghan is excited to be working with Dirigo RMS to ensure that the private sector has the same quality training she developed within Maine Law Enforcement.
“I’m looking forward to showing employers that they have a choice in how they train their employees for critical situations. In today’s world, it is easy to have the ‘it won’t happen to us’ mentality, but I think it is critical that companies take the time to use Dirigo RMS as a foundation in the workplace and compliance realm. We are here to help, and I am excited to get to work!”