Seven Quincy Police Officers Sworn In

City Clerk Nicole Crispo swore in seven new Quincy police officers Thursday afternoon. Pictured (from left) are:  Mayor Thomas Koch; new recruits Krestina Habib, Brendan McNeil, Nicholas Rolfsen, Felicia Lawless, Stephen Brown, Stephen Graham and Cian O’Connor; and Police Chief Paul Keenan. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

City Clerk Nicole Crispo swore in seven new Quincy police officers Thursday afternoon. Pictured (from left) are: Mayor Thomas Koch; new recruits Krestina Habib, Brendan McNeil, Nicholas Rolfsen, Felicia Lawless, Stephen Brown, Stephen Graham and Cian O’Connor; and Police Chief Paul Keenan. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

By SCOTT JACKSON

Seven new members of the Quincy Police Department were sworn in Thursday during a ceremony at City Hall.

City Clerk Nicole Crispo administered the oath office to the seven officers – Cian O’Connor, Stephen Graham, Stephen Brown, Felicia Lawless, Nicholas Rolfsen, Brendan McNeil and Krestina Habib – in the Great Hall of the McIntyre Government Center.

Six of the new recruits will begin their training at the Plymouth Police Academy Monday. The officers will train at the academy for 26 weeks and then complete three months of field training with the Quincy Police Department.

Rolfsen, who is joining the Quincy Police Department from the University of Massachusetts Boston Police Department, will begin his training with Quincy police Monday. He will first be trained in the department’s rules and regulations and then dispatch, before undergoing two to three months of field training.

The new hires bring the number of patrol officers in the department to 163, Police Chief Paul Keenan said. No more new hires are anticipated in the current fiscal year, which ends June 30.

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