3 New Officers Join the Cambridge Police Department
Officers sworn in at a ceremony on Monday, June 4
On Monday, June 4, the Cambridge Police Department welcomed three new police officers to its ranks at a swearing in ceremony conducted at the Robert W. Healy Public Safety Facility.
Officers Athanasi Darviris, Jonathan Russel, and Lester Sullivan took their oaths and recited the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics administered by Interim City Clerk Donna P. Lopez in front of their friends and families.
Also in attendance were City Manager Robert W. Healy, Deputy City Manager Richard C. Rossi, and Police Commissioner Robert C. Hass and his Command Staff.
Officer Sullivan is a fourth-generation Cambridge Police Officer. Both his grandfather and great-grandfather led the department as Acting Chief and Chief, and his father was a member of the force for 38 years before retiring as a Deputy Superintendent in 2010.
The new officers will now attend in-service training to learn the Cambridge way of policing, be instructed in department policies, and learn CPD’s rules and regulations. For an additional eight weeks, they will each be assigned to a Field Training Officer where they will work various shifts and train with different officers to get hands-on experience on the streets of Cambridge. Once they have completed their training, the officers will receive their assignments and be deployed to the patrol division in August.
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