GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich will have its first-ever female police captain. A new deputy chief, lieutenant and sergeant also will be sworn in Tuesday.
The new captain, Lt. Pamela Gustovich, was hired by the Greenwich Police Department in 1987 as a patrol officer and worked her way up the ranks through detective, patrol sergeant and detective sergeant before becoming a patrol lieutenant in 2003. She has been the vice president of the Connecticut Association of Women Police since last year. Most recently, she graduated from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Va.
Capt. Mark A. Marino, who will become deputy chief, has been an officer with the department since 1983 and worked his way up the ranks to become police captain in March 2010. Born in Port Chester, N.Y., Marino now lives in Trumbull. He has been a member of the department’s Special Response Unit since 1988 and received numerous awards. The office of the deputy chief has been vacant since Chief James Heavey was promoted late last year.
Sgt. Robert J. Lombardo will be promoted to lieutenant. He joined the Wilton Police Department in 1989 and became a Greenwich police officer in 1992. He was the communications officer in 1998 before being promoted to sergeant in 1999. He has received commendations for investigations and emergency medical services. Lombardo was born in Stamford and now lives in Newtown.
Detective Martin O'Reilly will rise to the rank of sergeant. He was hired by Greenwich Police in 1994 and was promoted to detective in 2008. He is trained in traffic crash and homicide investigations. He has been awarded officer of the month three times. O’Reilly is a native of the Bronx, N.Y., and now resides in Monroe.
First Selectman Peter Tesei will swear in the candidates Jan. 24 at 5 p.m. in the lobby of the Public Safety Complex.
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