Dennis Police badge pinning

Dennis PD badge ceremonyDENNIS – Tuesday morning at the Dennis Police Department, Dennis Town Clerk Terri Bunce conducted the swearing in ceremony for Lieutenant John Brady and Sergeant Joseph Morris. Then, Tuesday evening, the official “Badge Pinning” ceremony for Deputy Chief James Sullivan (at left, above), Sergeant Morris (center) and Lieutenant Brady (right) was held at the Dennis Board of Selectmen’s Meeting at Town Hall.  Deputy Sullivan was pinned by his wife, Stephanie; Sergeant Morris was pinned by his daughter, Brynn; and Lieutenant Brady was pinned by his daughter, Elizabeth.

Deputy Chief James Sullivan, who was sworn in last Tuesday, is a 28-year veteran at the Dennis Police Department. He has served as a summer officer, police dispatcher, patrol officer, field-training officer, detective, traffic safety officer, patrol sergeant, traffic supervisor, acting patrol commander and detective sergeant. He holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and has attended management and leadership training at Roger Williams University and the Municipal Police Institute. He has numerous awards including the Exceptional Investigative award, two Excellent Police Duty awards and a Life Saving award.

Lieutenant John Brady is an 18-year veteran of the Dennis Police Department. He was formerly a patrol officer, field training officer, motorcycle officer, narcotics detective, member of the honor guard, patrol supervisor and the community services supervisor. John is also a 24-year veteran of the Massachusetts Air National Guard where he retired as a Technical Sergeant. John also worked as a senior harbor patrol officer in Dennis prior to working at the Dennis Police Department. John has received many department commendations over the years including 2 Excellent Investigation Awards, 3 Excellent Police Duty Awards, Lifesaving Award and the Medal of Honor just to name a few of them. John has attended supervisory and management training programs at Roger Williams University and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.

Sergeant Joseph Morris is a 14- year veteran of the Dennis Police Department. He is a field training officer, motor cycle officer, firearms instructor and a member of the Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council SWAT Team for the Town of Dennis. Joe has received the department’s Excellent Police Duty Award and has been instrumental in the department’s Firearms Training Program. Joe has attended supervisory training programs at Roger Williams University and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
Media release furnished by Dennis Police; photo by Kevin Morley/CWN
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