Framingham Swears in 5 New Police Officers

FRAMINGHAM – City Clerk Lisa Ferguson administered the oath of office to five new police officers this morning, October 18, in a ceremony at Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building.

The five new officers graduated from the Lowell Police Academy yesterday, October 17.

They are Joseph Proia, Jake McKinnon, Anthony Guarino, Michael Edwards, and James Hill.

Four of the five new police officers graduated from Framingham High School, and the fifth new officer was a Framingham Auxiliary Police Officer.

All will receive 12 weeks of in-service training in the Framingham Police Department before they will be assigned their own cruiser.

The ceremony was attended by Mayor Yvonne Spicer, Police Chief Steven Trask, Deputy Police Chief Ron Brandolini, Deputy Police Chief Lester Baker, Deputy Police Chief Victor Periera, Lt. Sean Riley, District 4 City Councilor Michael Cannon, and Rev. J. Anthony Lloyd, along with family and friends of the new officers.


SOURCE will have more photos from the ceremony and reports on the new officers this weekend.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: Phone: 508-315-7176

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