Greenwich Police Dept’s Newest Recruits Have Ties to Town

Newly sworn in Greenwich Policle Dept officers Michael Bellairs II, Brooke Lombardo, Nicholas Sarno, and Salvatore Tramontano. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Policle Dept officers Michael Bellairs II, Brooke Lombardo, Nicholas Sarno, and Salvatore Tramontano. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

On Thursday morning Greenwich Police swore in four new officers in a ceremony at Town Hall – Michael Bellairs II, Brooke Lombardo, Nicholas Sarno, and Salvatore Tramontano.

Two of the new recruits have strong ties to Greenwich.

Salvatore Tramontano grew up in Greenwich and graduated from Greenwich High School in 2003. He attended Hofstra University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management in 2008.

He is the co-owner of G*Ville Deli in Glenville and prior to becoming a Greenwich Police Officer he also worked as a waiter and bartender at Rye Grill & Bar. Officer Tramontano is an avid softball player. His late grandfather, George Moscardini was a member of the NYPD.

Salvatore Tramontano, who grew up in Greenwich and graduated from Greenwich High School was sworn in as one of the newest Greenwich Police Dept officers. Pictures with his son and Greenwich Police Dept Chief Heavey. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

The family of Officer Salvatore Tramontano taking photos at the swearing in ceremony. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

The family of Officer Salvatore Tramontano taking photos at the swearing in ceremony. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Brooke Lombardo pictured with her uncle Michael Lombardo who is Chief of Police in Trumbull and her father Lt Robert Lombardo of Greenwich Police Dept. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Brooke Lombardo pictured with her uncle Michael Lombardo who is Chief of Police in Trumbull and her father Lt Robert Lombardo of Greenwich Police Dept. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Brooke Lombardo pictured with her uncle Michael Lombardo who is Chief of Police in Trumbull and her father Lt Robert Lombardo of Greenwich Police Dept. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Brooke Lombardo grew up in Sandy Hook, CT and graduated from Newton High School in 2015. She graduated from University of New Haven with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Investigative Services and minored in Business Management.

Prior to becoming a Greenwich Police Officer, she worked for Santa Buckley Energy in Bridgeport as an administrative assistant. She also worked at Dunkin’ Donuts and is CPR Certified.  Officer Lombardo was a college intern at Greenwich Police Dept in 2017. Her father is Lieutenant Robert Lombardo with Greenwich Police Dept and her uncle, Michael is the Chief of Police of the Trumbull Police Dept.


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Officer Brooke Lombardo with her father (left) Lt Robert Lombardo and (right) her uncle Michael Lombardo who is Chief of Police at Trumbull Police Dept. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

With Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei, Officer Salvatore Tramontano, who grew up in Greenwich, was sworn in as one of the newest Greenwich Police Dept officers. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

With Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei, Officer Salvatore Tramontano, who grew up in Greenwich, was sworn in as one of the newest Greenwich Police Dept officers. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

With Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei, Officer Salvatore Tramontano, who grew up in Greenwich, was sworn in as one of the newest Greenwich Police Dept officers. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Nicholas Sarno with  Greenwich Police Dept Chief James Heavey. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Nicholas Sarno grew up in Southbury and graduated from Pomperaug High School in 2015. He then attended Sacred Heart University where he recently graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice.

Before becoming a Greenwich Police Officer he worked for All Star Remodeling LLC and Red’s Pub in Fairfield.

He holds a black belt in Tang Soo Do and Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and has five years of Krav Maga and MMA experience.

Officer Sarno’s godfather, Joseph Sarno, is a member of the Suffolk County Police Department, and his uncle Eric Aull is a member of the Nassau County Police Department.


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Nicholas Sarno being congratulated by First Selectman Peter Tesei. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Left ot right, newly sworn in Greenwich Police officers Michael Bellairs, Brooke Lombardo, Nicholas Sarno and Salvatore Tramontano. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Michael Bellairs II is congratulated by the Police Commissioner, First Selectman Peter Tesei. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Newly sworn in Greenwich Police Officer Michael Bellairs II is congratulated by the Police Commissioner, First Selectman Peter Tesei. July 25, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Michael Bellairs II grew up in Norwalk and graduated form Norwalk High School in 2009. He attended Saint Peter’s University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2013. In 2017 he graduated from the University of New Haven with a Master of Science degree in Investigations.

Prior to becoming a Greenwich Police officer he worked at WeWork as a regional security lead. He also worked for Facebook as a Global Security Intelligence Lead and at NBC Sports as a Security Coordinator.

Officer Bellairs is EMT certified as well as a CPR, First Aid and AED instructor. He also holds certificates in Counterterrorism, Intelligence Analysis and Incident Management.

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