On Monday Greenwich Police swore in three new officers in the Margenot Atrium at the Public Safety Complex.
First Selectman Fred Camillo swore in Officers Sabah Ali, Joseph Marini, and Alexander Moran before Police chief Heavey presented each of them with their badges.
Officer Sabah Ali joins Greenwich Police with prior police experience. His law enforcement career began in 2018 when he joined the New York City Police Department. His last assignment was in the 17th Precinct Midtown South. Officer Ali has an associate degree and is continuing his education by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
Officer Ali was born in Iraq and served as a translator in the United States Army from 2005 to 2012.
Officer Ali’s experience includes Sector officer, FTO, crisis intervention, live shooter training, disorder control and neighborhood policing.
At NYPD he was awarded police officer of the year in 2021 and has received two awards for Excellence in Police Work.
Officer Joseph Marini was born in Greenwich and grew up in New York. Officer Marini graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a minor in criminal justice.
Officer Alexander Moran was raised in Trumbull, CT. He graduated from Western New England University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.
Officer Ali, currently a certified Police Officer, starts his training on March 13th and will be attending a comparative police academy before he begins his field training.
Officers Marin and Moran will attend the Connecticut Police Academy in Meriden, which begins in April. After completing their six-month training, they will return to Greenwich to begin their field training.
The Greenwich Police Department is thankful these Officers selected Greenwich Police ept to continue and begin their service. Once certified Police Officers in Connecticut, they will provide Service, Respect, Courage, Fairness, and Diligence to the residents and visitors of the Town of Greenwich.