Sunday, March 13, 2016

Franklin Police announces new hiring - John F Flynn IV

Chief of Police Stephan H. Semerjian is pleased to announce the hire of a new Franklin Police Officer bringing the Departments sworn police officer number to 46. After an extensive background investigation which included education, financial and personal character components of all potential candidates John F. Flynn IV has been offered employment as a police officer by the Town of Franklin. Flynn is a long time Franklin resident graduating from the Franklin High School and Westfield State University. Flynn was one of 270 interested candidates who took the first non‐civil service department administered entrance examination in January of 2014.  
Flynn will begin his rigorous 26 week Basic Police Recruit Training at the Massachusetts Police Training Council’s Plymouth facility in April of 2016. Upon successful completion of all required courses of study Flynn will then report to the Franklin station for the beginning of a 10 week on‐the‐job Field Officer Training component with veteran Franklin Police Officers as his mentors and teachers. After successful completion of his field training Flynn will be given his duty assignment as a full‐time Franklin Police Officer and begin the start of what I expect to be a very rewarding and beneficial career of police work for both Flynn and the Town of Franklin.
Franklin Police 911 Panther Way, Franklin
Franklin Police 911 Panther Way, Franklin

The full announcement can also be found online here

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