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WEST HAVEN, June 3, 2020 — (Pictured): Mayor Nancy R. Rossi swears in new University of New Haven Deputy Police Chief Adam Brown on Wednesday, June 3, at the World War I Armistice Memorial on the Green.
Attending the ceremony were Brown’s son, Trevor, 21; his daughters, Mikayla, 18, and Catalina, 16; and his girlfriend, Jennifer Cretella. Joining them were UNH Police Chief James T. Gilman and Sgt. James Daniels; Ronald M. Quagliani, UNH’s associate vice president of public safety and administrative services; and Christopher J. Reed, UNH’s director of safety and training and fire marshal.
Brown, who most recently was the civilian public safety director for six years at UNH, succeeds former Deputy Chief Donald F. Parker, who retired in January after eight years of service.
A resident of Branford, Brown is a former 20-year member of the Connecticut State Police.
(City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)
Trevor Brown, 21, pins a deputy police chief badge on his father, new UNH Deputy Chief Adam Brown. (City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)