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In a small ceremony held at the Milford Police Department, Milford Police officers and their families gathered to congratulate the following officers on their newly earned promotions. The officers promoted to the rank of Corporal had their new badges pinned on by their spouse or significant other, after successfully completing a rigorous testing process to include a written test, oral boards and personnel review. Promoted to Corporal were Cpl. Matthew Smith- School Resource Officer, Cpl. Brandon Hammond- Patrol K-9, Det./Cpl. Dwight Young- Criminal Investigations and Det./ Cpl Timothy Lord- Criminal Investigations (not pictured).

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Promoted to Patrolman First Class were Pfc. Brian O’Hern- Patrol , Pfc. Timothy Maloney- Patrol and Pfc. Albert Sargent- Patrol.

 

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