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Message from the Chief:

“I’m the Gordon Ramsay of Law Enforcement”

First, I was a judge for the West Bridgewater Youth Football Pizza Palooza judging the Town’s best pizza. Now last night I was asked to judge five different cheeseburger creations at our local Barrett’s Ale House Restaurant for former patriots player Joe Andruzzi and his foundation. I think I see a pattern. They both involve football and do not include vegetables.

On a serious note I really enjoyed both events and observed first-hand the passion for their respective organizations. It is great to see our community and business partners willingness to help. Great Job by all!

Just a quick Note: I also enjoy a good hot dog and still have available dates for judging.
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BACKGROUND: I grew up in East Bridgewater and graduated from EBHS in 2000. I started as an auxiliary officer in 2007 and got hired fulltime by West Bridgewater in 2013. Prior to being a police officer I had several jobs. I was a stagehand, a salesman for Coca-Cola, and a cheerleader for the Boston Celtics.
I graduated from Northeastern University in 2005 with a business degree. I will be done with my masters degree in CJ in 2018.

HOBBIES: Outside of work I enjoy playing golf, hiking, camping, and hanging with my family. I have been coaching the EBHS cheerleading team for the last 8 years. I enjoy helping other high school teams in the area with their routines and I still help out at FullHouse All-stars whenever I have time.

WHAT IS THE HARDEST PART OF YOUR JOB: The hardest thing about being a police officer would be our schedule. It can be challenging especially with a little one at home. Weekends and holidays are much more appreciated when you have them off.

WHAT IS THE BEST PART OF YOUR JOB:The best thing about being a police officer is every shift is so different. Nothing about this job is predictable, and every shift I feel like I learn something new. I also enjoy interacting with the community, especially kids.

WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME A POLICE OFFICER: I had several mentors and role models that were police officers growing up and I believe that is the main reason why I am a police officer today.

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