Four new officers join Dartmouth Police Department
Expect to see four new faces patrolling town.
On May 17, Max Szteligan, Logan Larrabee, Everett Normandin, and Caden Kehoe were sworn in as the latest additions to the Dartmouth Police Department.
The four recently graduated from nearly six months of training at the Boylston Police Academy.
“As there is still much to learn, these officers will now begin a multi-phase field training program, where they will learn from some of DPD's best!,” the Police Department said in a Facebook post.
Szteligan worked as an EMT for Brewster Ambulance and was a lifeguard at the New Bedford YMCA. He said he’s very happy to be done with the constant commutes to Boylston and begin working in his hometown.
“I hope to help make it a better place,” he said.
Larrabee, a native of Nantucket who graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a degree in psychology, recently worked as a dispatcher and deputy for the Bristol County Sheriff’s office.
While she is not originally from town, Larabee said it’s a place she’s grown to love since her family moved here in 2013.
“I’ve always enjoyed the Town of Dartmouth and I’m looking forward to serving my community,” she said.
Normandin, who grew up in Fall River, was part of the United States Air Force for four years and recently worked in his family’s cafe before taking the state’s civil service test.
“I’ve done a lot,” he said.
Prior to joining the force, Kehoe served as a firefighter for Fire District No. 1.
Kehoe, who grew up in Dartmouth, said this was a career he long hoped to join since first seeing officers take part in the town’s annual Memorial Day parade and touring the old station.
“I knew my whole life this was what I wanted to do,” he said with a smile.