Hanson: Police Promote One Officer, Hire Two

The Hanson Police Department has promoted a officer and hired two new patrolmen.

Hanson selectmen swore in two new patrolmen and promoted another officer on Tuesday night.

The new officers include Brent Peterson and Christopher Dominguez along with the promotion of veteran Hanson Policeman Peter Calogero to Sergeant.

Newly hired Hanson Policeman Christopher Dominguez says he is following in his family’s footsteps.

“My father was a Boston Policeman his whole life, I looked up to him and wanted to follow in his footsteps. I am here to serve and protect, do the right thing and help keep Hanson safe,” said Dominguez.

Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch says he was thrilled to promote Officer Calogero to Sergeant.

“We are fortunate enough to promote Peter Calogero to Sergeant. Peter has over 20 years with the department. He is a great asset to the department and I am thrilled he was able to take on all the extra responsibilities,” said Miksch.

Hanson now has 21 full-time and 7 part-time police officers.

Standing left to right are: Newly hired officers Brent Peterson, Christopher Dominguez, Chief Michael Miksch and Sergeant Peter Calogero

Standing left to right are:
Newly hired officers Brent Peterson, Christopher Dominguez, Chief Michael Miksch and Sergeant Peter Calogero


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