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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High graduate Christopher Pisano was promoted to Framingham Police sergeant this morning, February 2, in a ceremony with at Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building.

His wife Kim and their two children Juliana and Anthony attended the ceremony. His wife pinned his badge on him.

More than 100 individuals attended the ceremony, which added five new officers, promoted two officers to sergeant, and promoted one officer to lieutenant.

City of Framingham Mayor Charlie Sisitsky spoke, as did Framingham Police Chief Lester Baker.

City Council Chair Phil Ottaviani Jr., Vice Chair Janet Leombruno, and District 4 City Councilor Michael Cannon also attended the ceremony.

City Clerk Lisa Ferguson administered the oath of office to Sgt. Pisano and Sgt. Ryan Porter.

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Pisano was raised in Framingham and is a graduate of Framingham High School. He received his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from American International College in 2006.

Sgt. Pisano began his career in the City of Framingham in 2008 after graduating from the Lowell Police Academy and was assigned to the patrol division.

Sgt. Pisano has been a member of the Honor Guard and bike unit. He has also been assigned as a background investigator, Field Training Officer, Narcotics Detective, Downtown Officer, and Housing Liaison Officer.

While serving as the Housing Liaison Officer, Sergeant Pisano started a youth basketball program and a youth street hockey program in partnership with the Framingham Housing Authority.

Sgt. Pisano has been the recipient of multiple awards that include: The Life Saving Award, the Police Commendation Award, the Police Service Award, and the Chiefs Unit Award.

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Sgt Ryan Porter and Sgt. Chris Pisano (right) taking their oath of office

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