Marlborough Police Department adds four new officers

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Marlborough Police Department adds four new officers
Georgia Kramer, Jeremy Schold, Brandon Carty and Patrick Craigen recently joined the Marlborough Police Department. (Photo/Courtesy Marlborough Police Department)

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Police Department recently welcomed four new officers.

Georgia Kramer, Jeremy Schold, Brandon Carty and Patrick Craigen were sworn in by City Clerk Steven Kerrigan. They were welcomed by the City Council during its Jan. 9 meeting.

These recruits successfully graduated from the Municipal Police Training Committee Boylston Police Academy, and they will now begin a 10-week field training program with the department’s patrol division.

Craigen is a U.S. Army veteran and a former software salesman; Schold worked as a security officer for a Worcester hospital; Kramer has experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment; Carty formerly worked in the town of Hopkinton’s Department of Public Works.

“We’re proud of you being on the Marlborough police force,” said City Council President Michael Ossing.

In addition, Police Chief David Giorgi introduced four current officers who were recently promoted – three of them help handle the overnight shift (midnight to 8 p.m.).

They are Sgt. David Monti, a patrol supervisor; Sgt. David Watkins, a patrol supervisor; and Lt. John Graham, the shift’s watch commander.

The other officer promoted, Sgt. Scott DeCiero, is the supervisor for the investigations unit.

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