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Two new police officers appointed in Saugus

From left, interim police chief Ronald Giorgetti, officers Alison Cooper and Jean Carlos Giraldo, and Town Manager Scott Crabtree. (Saugus town manager’s office)

SAUGUS — Two new officers have been appointed to the Saugus Police Department.

Officers Alison Cooper and Jean Carlos Giraldo were sworn into their new roles at Saugus Town Hall on March 21.

“I’m happy to welcome Officers Cooper and Giraldo to the Saugus Police Department,” said Acting Chief Ronald Giorgetti in a statement. “Both officers worked incredibly hard at the Police Academy, and they are eager to begin their career protecting and serving the citizens of Saugus.”

Both officers graduated from the Police Academy on Wednesday, March 20. Cooper, of Saugus, worked as a dispatcher for the department from 2014 to 2018 when she went into the academy. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice from Curry College.

Giraldo, a Saugus resident, has a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice from the University of Massachusetts Boston and a Master’s Degree in applied sociology.

“These officers’ extensive training and commitment to public safety will be a great asset to the town, and I wish them the best success in their new roles,” said Town Manager Scott Crabtree.

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