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10/19/2019

Gaudette sworn as Cape police sergeant

Jeffrey Gaudette is sworn in as Cape Elizabeth sergeant by Town Clerk Debra Lane
Jeffrey Gaudette is sworn in as Cape Elizabeth sergeant by Town Clerk Debra Lane.
Chief Fenton, Officer Schafran, Town Manager Sturgis
Sergeant Jeffery Gaudette, right, with Police Chief Paul Fenton
Photos and text courtesy Officer Ben Davis. More photos are on the Police Department's Facebook page

Jeffrey Gaudette was sworn in as Cape Elizabeth Police Department's newest sergeant Oct. 16, 2019.

Sergeant Gaudette has been a member of the Cape Elizabeth Police Department since October 2002 and has most recently been serving as the shift supervisor for the swing shift.

He graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a degree in criminology and is a certified taser instructor, emergency medical technician, field training officer and glock armorer. He is also a member of the Southern Maine Regional SWAT Team and currently holds the position of assistant team leader.

Sergeant Gaudette was sworn in by Assistant Town Manager Debra Lane in a ceremony at the Town Center Fire Station. His badge was pinned by his girlfriend, Michelle McPherson.