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January 30th, 2013 · 5 Comments · Cops, News and Events

On Friday the Bridgeport Police Academy will graduate 19 new city officers who will begin field training, as well as nine officers from area departments who will complete training and join their respective forces, according to Bridgeport police spokesman Bill Kaempffer. Graduation will take place 6 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 45 Lyon Terrace. Mayor Bill Finch and Police Chief Joe Gaudett will be in attendance.

During their six months in the academy, recruits completed a state-mandated curriculum established by the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council as well as community oriented projects such as reading to classes of fourth graders, serving food to the homeless and unemployed and, most recently, assisting the Point in Time Count, conducted annually to count the number of sheltered and unsheltered homeless people and families nationally.

Members from the graduating class:

Bridgeport Police: Juan C. Esquilin, Daniel J. Orlich III, Marcus A. Teixeira, Luis M. Moura, Anthony J. Caiazzo, Michael P. Neumahr, Eric J. Holder, Michael A. Novia, Michael A. Mazzacco, Joshua Ortiz, Keith W. Hanson, Carlos Pabon Jr., Donald D. Matejek Jr, Ian T. Schumaker, Codey Remy, Anthony Gianpoalo, Stavros Mirtsopoulos, John Topolski and Matthew Goncalves

Milford Police: Kyle D. Magnan

Stratford Police: Matthew K. Ackerman, Marc H. Halper, John J. Facto II, Kyle C. Lavin

Norwalk Police: Kelly M. Hollister

Naugatuck Police: Taylor H. Field, Anthony Mistretta

North Branford Police: Corey R. Lemmons

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  • Brick

    That list is conspicuously missing any Irish guys! How come I don’t see any Seamus or McGuinness or O’Paddy on that new recruit list? Racism!!! lmfao

  • Ron Mackey

    Brick, remove the names then tell me how many you see. By the way how many white females are in that list?

  • The Bridgeport Kid

    Reads like a list of American names …

  • Ron Mackey

    Brick, what does an American list of names mean?

  • Donald Day

    Brick, there were no females on this list, white or otherwise. Also females were conspicuously missing on the last fire department exam. Could this be caused by David Dunn as Director of the Civil Service in a position for which he had absolutely no experience? David Dunn is the worst Director of Civil Service in the history of that department.

    Just to be fair to David, I’ve only been in Bridgeport for 44 years so I don’t really know if he was the worst prior to 1969.

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