GREENWICH, Conn. -- Detective Pat Iorfino, a three-time John A. Clark Award winner who has completed 28 years of service with the Greenwich Police Department is retiring, says Police Chief James Heavey.
Iorfino was sworn in as Greenwich police officer in June 1987.
His file contains numerous departmental commendations for excellent police work and actions exemplifying the best tradition of police service.
During Iorfino’s assignment to the patrol division, he quickly distinguished himself among his peers as a streetwise and proactive patrol officer. He received numerous citations for his response to street crimes and his hard work was recognized by his supervisors.
He then earned an assignment to the narcotics investigation section. During this assignment, his investigative skills were honed. In 1995, he and his fellow narcotics investigators were recognized with the John A. Clark Award for their investigations into the distribution of drugs in Greenwich.
He was then assigned to the criminal investigation section of the detective division, where he excelled due to his investigative skills and work ethic.
In his 22 years as an investigator, Iorfino brought to justice many criminals who had committed the worst crimes imaginable against the citizens of Greenwich -- rape, murder, kidnapping and home invasion robberies.
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