The Stonington Board of Police Commissioners is pleased to announce that Chief J. Darren Stewart will be honored as a Distinguished Chief on May 30, 2012 by the Police Commissioners Association of Connecticut (PCAC).
Chief Stewart was nominated for this recognition by Board of Police Commissioner Chairwoman Susette Tibus.
A total of three Chiefs are to be honored.
“I am very proud but not at all surprised that the PCAC has chosen to recognize the high standards of conduct and leadership that we here in Stonington admire and appreciate from our Chief Stewart” remarked Chairwoman Tibus.
In announcing Chief Stewart’s selection, the PCAC stated: “Chief Stewart has shown himself to be an outstanding example of what leadership in policing is meant to be. His service to the public, his attention to duty, and his commitment to his community have set him apart, and for that reason Chief Stewart was chosen for this award.”
A banquet dinner will be held on May 30, 2012 at the Grassy Hill Country Club in Orange, Coccecticut. Community members who would like to place an ad in the evening’s Program Book to recognize Chief Stewart can obtain further information at: www.pcact.org. Ads range in cost from $25 to $100. All ad revenue will support a scholarship for deserving students pursuing a degree in the field of Criminal Justice. PCAC is a nonprofit association. Tickets for the event are $40 per person and can be obtained by contacting Betty Paquin at 1-203-481-3330.
Information provided in a press release.