September 19, 2018
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Madawaska selects Garrett Albert for new Police Officer Position

Community Author: S Paradis
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MADAWASKA- Police Chief Ross DuBois is pleased to announce the selection of Garrett Albert to fill the vacant police officer position at the Madawaska Police Department. He is replacing his predecessor Danielle Campbell after her resignation earlier this year. According to Chief DuBois, “The police department lost a good officer and has taken their time with the search to fill her position with the right candidate. I am very impressed with Mr. Albert’s background investigation and how highly people spoke of Garrett’s character and work ethic.”

Officer Garrett was hired to the Madawaska Department in mid-November. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Safety and Criminal Justice from the University of Maine at Fort Kent in 2015. He went on to the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and graduated in 2016, and was employed by the Brunswick, ME Police Department for approximately a year.  According to Garrett, he is excited and looking forward to working with the people of Madawaska and happy to be back in Aroostook County.

Chief Rizzo of the Brunswick Police Department stated, “The Town of Madawaska is getting an excellent officer and I am certain he will do an exceptional job.”

Town Manager, Gary Picard says he welcomes Garrett to the community and is pleased to have him on the police force. He has full confidence he will keep the community safe.