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Two Norwich Police Officers promoted to the rank of sergeant - norwichbulletin.com
New Sergeants Christopher D. Ferace and James C. Veiga, both 10-year members of the force, were honored at ceremony held at police headquarters and attended by fellow officers, town officials and their families.
...Among other ranking officers, Ferace thanked the deputy Chief Warren Mocek for "taking me under his wing."
"I'm a by-product of my environment here," Ferace
After thanking his
wife Nancy, Ferace
said that the promotion makes all the time and effort put into the job "a little more worth it." Ferace is a St. Bernard graduate who obtained a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island.He
is a 1993 graduate of the state police academy and a state certified police instructor in firearms and use-of-force. He has served as an instructor for use-of-force issues for the Law Enforcement Council of Eastern Connecticut and as an investigator with the statewide narcotics task force.He
is also a volunteer for the Special Olympics law enforcement torch run and accompanying fundraisers.Ferace is now assigned as a patrol supervisor on the midnight shift.
Saint Bernard - Alumni
Christopher Ferace '85, a ten-year veteran of the Norwich Police Department, was promoted to the rank of sergeant during a February ceremony.Chris' proud wife Nancy pinned his new badge on his uniform as family and colleagues looked on. Chris earned a BS degree in Criminal Justice at Roger Williams University, and is a 1993 graduate of the CT State Police Academy.He has served as a certified instructor for use-of-force issues for the Law Enforcement Council of Eastern CT and as an investigator with the statewide narcotics task force.
Off duty, Chris
is a volunteer and fundraiser for the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run.He
and Nancy live in Norwich. (Khoi Ton/Norwich Bulletin Photo)