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Wayland Police announce appointment of new officer

Chief Robert Irving is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth E. Davis II as a police officer with the Wayland Police Department.   Officer Davis was selected for this position in July of 2016.

Officer Davis graduated from the M. P.T.C. Reading Regional Police Academy’s 26 Recruit Course on February 16.

Officer Davis graduated from Nashoba Regional High School in 2007.  He joined the United States Army in August of 2007 and served for five years in the field of intelligence collection, including tours of duty in both Afghanistan and Iraq.  While on active duty, Officer Davis received a number of awards and commendations, including the Army Commendation Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Combat Action Badge.  At the conclusion of his active duty, Officer Davis enlisted in the U. S. Army Reserves and is based out of Fort Devens.

Prior to joining the Wayland Police Department, Officer Davis was a deputy sheriff with the Worcester County Sheriff’s Department and was responsible for prisoner transportation throughout Massachusetts.

A swearing-in ceremony will take place at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting this evening, when Officer Davis will take the Oath of Office from Wayland’s Town Clerk, Beth Klein.

The hiring of Officer Davis brings the overall strength of the department to its authorized level of twenty-three.

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