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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Dracut Police Department Welcomes Two New Officers

Nov 14, 2016 06:52PM ● By Bill Gilman

Dracut Police Chief Neil Ouellette welcomes new officers Connor Geoffroy and Kyle Donahue.

Atty. Paul King

The Dracut Police Department has two new officers and they are familiar faces.
Officers Connor Geoffroy and Kyle Donahue, both graduates of Dracut High School, Class of 2012, were sworn in at a ceremony at Dracut Police Headquarters on Nov. 7.
Geoffroy and Donahue are the 38th and 39th officers on the DPD roster.
The swearing-in ceremony took place just three days after the men graduated from the Lowell Police Academy.
In addition to their training, both new officers received hands-on experience when they, along with their classmates, participated in the search that successfully located Kathy Lucier, an elderly woman who had gone missing late last month.
In the video files attached, Officers Donahue and Geoffroy talk about their new jobs and Police Chief Neil Ouellette talks about his new officers.

New Dracut Police Officers Connor Geoffroy and Kyle Donahue talk about their new jobs.

Interim Dracut Police Chief Neil Ouellette talks about new officers Connor Geoffroy and Kyle Donahue.

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