GLOUCESTER — Chief John McCarthy is pleased to announce that Gloucester’s three newest police officers have graduated from the police academy and have joined the department as sworn police officers.
Officers Alassandro D’Angelo, Dylan Morrissey and James Nicolosi were sworn in by City Clerk Joanne Senos Wednesday evening after they successfully completed the 29th Municipal Police Training Committee Reading Police Recruit Academy. They were recognized at a graduation ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Academy Director Daniel May commented to Chief McCarthy that this class had the highest overall grade point average, across all training components, when compared to the past 11 academies.
“The academy challenged Officers D’Angelo, Morrisey and Nicolosi academically, physically and mentally,” Chief McCarthy said. “They are remarkable officers and I am very pleased to welcome them as full-time members of the Gloucester Police Department.”