Police Awards Ceremony Set For Wednesday

Traditionally, the Westport Police Department presents awards and honors to members of the force at private ceremonies.

But great work deserves greater attention.

So — for the first time ever — a big event is planned. It’s set for Wednesday, January 29 (6 p.m., Town Hall auditorium). Everyone is invited.

“We are excited to welcome the public we serve to join us in giving the recipients some much deserved recognition for their great work in the field,” says Lieutenant Anthony Prezioso.

Numerous officers will be feted in the short ceremony, which includes remarks from Police Chief Foti Koskinas and 1st Selectman Jim Marpe.

Mark it on your calendar. Head on over. But don’t speed!


One response to “Police Awards Ceremony Set For Wednesday

  1. Hey, it seems we all have time to bitch about the injustices swirling around the WHS, but I want to shout out to Officer Brendan Fearon who we, at The Westport Shellfish Commission, are great full for he does to protect our waterways and for our Westport as a whole.