Sgt. Craig Denman, Director of Auxiliary Police, presented Carbino with a retired badge and identification.
State Police cruisers parked at the training site at Fort Devens.
Auxiliary Officer Mike Hamlet looks on as fellow officers practice driving techniques.
Sergeant Glenn Dalrymple centers instructs Auxiliary Sergeant Joe Cibotti and Auxiliary Officer Mike Haddad in this scenario using air soft pistols.
Auxiliary Officers Dan Lee, Mark Haddad, and Mike Woods tend to an "injured" officer in this training scenario.
Car 16 stands ready for the next scenario.
Sergeant Glenn Dalrymple and Sergeant Craig Denman supervising this tactical training exercise at Hopping Brook Industrial Park. Sergeant Dalrymple gives instructions to the participants.
Auxiliary Officer Sean McDowell utilized a State Police cruiser to navigate the course.
Auxiliary Officer Mike Hamlet and Corporal Judy Gray participated in the Emergency Vehicle Operators Course at the State Police training facility at Fort Devens.
Chief John Moore presented Carbino with a citation for his service and acknowledged his attributes as an outstanding Patrolman and the unit as a whole for the dedication they display throughout the year.
Auxiliary Captain Ed Loftus paid tribute to Carbino and offered an introduction.
The Holliston Auxiliary Police is a support unit of the Holliston Police Department. The role of the Auxiliary Police Officer is to patrol, observe, report, and provide assistance to the public. The Auxiliary Police provide traffic control for parades, road races, and other community events. The Auxiliary Police patrols on weekend nights by checking town owned and commercial properties and assist the regular police department as needed.
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Holliston Auxiliary Police
Holliston Police Department
550 Washington Street
Holliston, MA 01746
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Swearing in Ceremony
Auxiliary Officer James Carbino (left) and Corporal
Jeff Oteri (right) received achievement awards for the
most hours served. Oteri with 274 hours and Carbino
with 180 hours donated in fiscal year 2011.
Auxiliary Captain Ed Loftus discusses upcoming Auxiliary details at the June Meeting.
Auxiliary Officers (left to right), David Charette, Robert Ramrath, Gregory Schmall, and Donavan Seay are sworn in for the first time by Town Clerk Elizabeth Greendale.
Auxiliary Corporal Jeff Oteri receives the Oath of Office by Town
Clerk Elizabeth Greendale. Oteri was recently promoted to the rank of
Corporal and was officially sworn in June 13, 2012.
Sgt. Denman presented Carbino with a plaque on behalf of the entire Auxiliary Police unit.
Tactical Patrol Training
Hopping Brook Park
Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (E.V.O.C.)
Auxiliary Patrolman James Carbino Retires
Carbino served our community for 12 years and distinguished himself by being the recipient of The Auxiliary Police Achievement Award for the most hours served several times. He always demonstrated his enthusiasm and dedication for the Auxiliary Police and our town.
Jim Carbino has left an indelible mark upon the Holliston Auxiliary Police and he will be missed. He has our best wishes for an enjoyable retirement.
Jim Carbino addressed the group which included members of his family and stated he was proud to belong to two organizations the U.S. Army and The Holliston Auxiliary Police. Carbino was very grateful for the tribute paid to him.
Auxiliary Officers engage in another scenario during this tactical class.
Auxiliary Officers Mark Haddad and Judi Rizoli provide first aid to an "injured" officer as Corporal Judy Gray checks the "suspect vehicle."
Auxiliary Officer Sean McDowell engages in a tactical scenario.