CRANFORD – On Monday, June 30th, Troy Kettler was appointed as a Probationary Patrol Officer within the Cranford Police Department at the Township Committee Meeting.
Municipal Clerk, Patricia Donahue, administered the Oath of Office to Kettler, whose appointment will be effective July 1, 2018.
Kettler is a lifelong resident of Cranford and a 2014 graduate of Cranford High School. Following high school, he attended Kean University, where he is near completion of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice.
In July of 2018, Kettler will enter the John H. Stamler Police Academy as a member of the 199th recruit class.
“Over the past two years, Troy has dedicated over 500 hours of volunteer service to the township’s residents,” said Cranford Police Chief Ryan Greco. “Our residents have undoubtedly seen him supporting the Cranford Police Department in weather-related emergencies, community events, or simply as a crossing parishioner going to church on Sunday morning. Officer Kettler’s experience working with the community and volunteer work ethic in a time of crisis will be a valuable addition to the Cranford Police Department and the Township of Cranford over the course of his duties.”