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Three New Malden Police Officers Sworn In

Monday, November 13, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson, Police Chief Kevin Molis and Police Commissioner Salvatore Gennetti recently congratulated three new officers upon being sworn in as officers. Salvatore Paci, a Malden High School and UMass Boston graduate previously served as a Malden Police Department Cadet and a Northshore Community College Police Officer. Noelle Bowie-Pierce, a Malden High School and Endicott College graduate also interned with the Somerville Police Department and Massachusetts State Police before becoming a Malden Police Cadet. Amanda Grenier, a graduate of Arlington Catholic High School and New England College, interned at Nashua Police Department and received an award for Outstanding Performance in the Sheriff’s Academy. All three completed their training at the Lowell Police Academy. The officers, who are filling vacancies due to retirements will now begin their field training program as officers.

City Clerk Tom Brennan issues the Oath of Office to new Officers (from left) Noelle Bowie-Pierce, Amanda Grenier and Salvatore Paci

(From left) Mayor Gary Christenson, new Officers Noelle Bowie-Pierce, Salvatore Paci, and Amanda Grenier and Police Chief Kevin Molis

Released by the Office of Mayor Gary Christenson

Photos by City of Malden