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Orange Police Try Something New Today – And You’re Invited

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Sep 052017
 

The Orange Police Department is moving into the 21st Century by offering, for the first time a live-stream swearing-in ceremony on Facebook.

Traditionally, new officers are sworn-in at the Police Headquarters in the very crowded Conference Room, and rarely are regular citizens in attendance.

Today, Sept. 5, the OPD welcomes its newest officer Makiem Miller with a LIVE swearing-in Ceremony that you can see on your smart phone, computer, tablet or laptop no matter where you are.

Just log into the Town Of Orange Police Department Facebook page at 3 p.m. for this historic occasion.

Orange Police Welcome New Officer

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May 232016
 

Chief Robert Gagne, Officer Boyles and Asst. Chief Anthony Cuozzo at the Milford Graduation Ceremony.

Chief Robert Gagne, Officer Boyles and Asst. Chief Anthony Cuozzo at the Milford Graduation Ceremony.

The Orange Police Department welcomes Officer James Boyles, a graduate of the Milford Police Academy on Monday, May 23.

Officer Boyles will be sworn in at Orange Police Headquarters on Wednesday morning, after which he will begin 12 weeks of Field Training.

Police Commissioner Christopher Carveth attended the graduation ceremony in Milford and took this photo. 

New Officer Sworn In At Orange Police Department

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Oct 022013
 

 

Probationary Officer Ryan Tantamonico

Probationary Officer Ryan Tantamonico

On Tuesday, Oct. 1, the Orange Police Department welcomed a new officer to its ranks.

Probationary Officer Ryan Tantamonico, 25, was raised in Trumbull and graduated from Trumbull High School.

He graduated from the University of New Haven in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in arson investigation and a minor in criminal justice.

He lived in Orange for one year while attending UNH.

Tantamonico served as a Volunteer Firefighter with the Long Hill Fire Dept in Trumbull and is Trained and Certified in Firefighter I & II; NIMS – National Incident Management System; NRP – National Response Plan; and ICS – Incident Command System. 

He received numerous awards as a Firefighter in Trumbull

He was recently certified as an EMT – Emergency Medical Technician.

Officer Tantamonico will ride with a field training officer before going on patrol alone in the town of Orange.

Amity Grad, Sean Bartley, Sworn In As Newest Orange Police Officer

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Dec 212012
 

Officer Sean Bartley with his mother, Christine  and father, William after the swearing in ceremony.

From the Orange Police Department:

The Orange Police Department is proud to welcome Sean Bartley as the newest member of the Department.

Sean is a graduate of the Amity Regional HS, where he played Ice Hockey. Sean is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University with a BA in Psychology and is working towards a master’s degree in counseling from that same institution.

Sean graduated from the Connecticut Municipal Police Academy on Dec. 20 and was sworn in on Friday Dec. 21.

He will need to complete ten weeks of Field training with a senior officer prior to being assigned to a patrol shift.

 

Rookie Orange Cop Brings 20 Years of Experience With CT State Police

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Sep 172012
 

Police Chief Robert Gagne and Officer James Kline

The Orange Police welcomed a new officer to the Department today.

With Chief Robert Gagne standing by, Commissioner Don Lewis administered the oath of office to James Kline, a retired veteran Ct State Trooper and Milford resident.

According to Gagne, Kline comes to the department with a lot of experience and an impeccable record.

The Chief told Orange Live, “He is a decorated former state police sergeant who was assigned to investigation units.”

Gagne said, “We are thrilled to have someone of his caliber here, and we know he is going to enjoy his career here in Orange. We look forward to getting him out on the road.”

As a new Orange police officer, even with all of his prior experience, Kline will be required to spend time with a Field Training Officer (FTO) learning the lay of the land and Orange police protocols before going on patrol by himself.