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Detective Michael Goddu was promoted to the rank of sergeant on July 20th, 2015. Click on the photo above for more details. From left to right: Chief Cudmore, Sgt. Goddu, Sgt. Rodden, Lt. Hatch, and Det. Jones.
Officer Michael Broderick after his graduation from the Reading Police Academy on February 5th, 2015. Click on the photo above for more information about Officer Broderick. From left to right: Chief Cudmore, Officer Broderick, Lt. Hatch, and Sgt. Rodden.
On January 26th, 2015, Chief Cudmore presented the following personnel before the Board of Selectmen for appointments and pinnings: Sergeant Scott Hatch, who has been appointed to Lieutenant, Detective James Rodden, who has been appointed to Sergeant, Dispatcher Joanne Ballard, appointed to Full-Time Officer, and David Rosquete, who was appointed to Reserve Officer. Click on the photo above for more details about these four individuals. From left to right: Lt. Hatch, Officer Ballard, Sgt. Rodden, and Chief Cudmore.
Georgetown Police Thank TransCOR for Donation to Torch Run
Chief Cudmore with Thomas Haywood, President of TransCOR of Georgetown
June 15th, 2015
GEORGETOWN -- Police Chief Donald Cudmore would like to thank TransCOR for sponsoring the Georgetown Police Department's participation in this year's Law Enforcement Torch Run.The Torch Run raises awareness and money annually for the Special Olympics. Since its inception in 1981 the event has brought in over $100 million worldwide. TransCOR donated $100 to the department, which allowed them to enter one police vehicle in the event's cruiser convoy.
"This year's event was a great success due in part to the generous contribution and commitment from TransCOR," Chief Cudmore said. "We always appreciate community partnerships that allow us support important causes."
Georgetown's TransCOR provides a variety of mobile computer systems for public safety officials in areas like dispatch centers, incident management, mug shots and more.