Pictured from left to right: Cmdr. John Hamelburg, Officer Kevin Gilbert, Det. Sgt. Jason Fisher, Lt. Anthony Marag, Det. Richard Brewer, Officer Billy Lok, Officer Matthew Rodman, Det. Sgt. Christine Morse, Cmdr. David Avery
Pictured from left to right: Cmdr. John Hamelburg, Det. Kevin Gilbert, Det. Sgt. Jason Fisher, Cmdr. Anthony Marag, Det. Richard Brewer, Officer Billy Lok, Officer Matthew Rodman, Lt. Christine Morse, Ret. Cmdr. David Avery

 

Current Members:

 

Cmdr. John Hamelburg – Cmdr. Hamelburg was appointed to the Randolph Police Honor Guard in October of 1986.  From the onset of his career, he proudly wore his uniform, be it during his shift or attending a ceremonial function.  Cmdr. Hamelburg is a founding member of the Randolph Police Department’s Honor Guard and he now has the honor of following in the footsteps of past Honor Guard Commanders by currently serving as the Commander of this distinguished unit.  Cmdr. Hamelburg proudly stands for our National Anthem.

Cmdr. Anthony Marag – Commander Anthony Marag has been a member of the police department since 1996 and honor guard member since 2003. Cmdr. Marag was assigned to detectives in 2004. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2008 and Lieutenant in 2014. He was supervisor of the Street Crimes/Narcotics Unit from 2008-2015. He is currently the Commander of Investigative Services and program director of the South Shore Street Crimes Task Force.

Lt. Christine Morse – Lt. Morse has served with the Randolph Police Department since 2004 and has been an Honor Guard member since 2014.  She served as the Safety Officer from 2011-2012, as the Police Prosecutor and a Detective from 2012-2016. She was promoted to Detective Sergeant in 2016. In 2019, she was promoted to Lt. and commanding officer of the midnight shift. She is married to RPD’s K9 Officer Stephen Morse and they have three beautiful children.

Det. Sgt. Jason Fisher – has served with the Randolph Police Department since 1997. He is currently a member of the Honor Guard and made Detective in 2005.

Det. Richard Brewer – Det. Brewer has served with the Randolph Police Department since January 2012 and has been a member of the Honor Guard since 2016.  Det. Brewer made detective in January 2015 and currently serves as one of the detectives assigned to the Drug Control Unit.

Det. Christopher Jones – Det. Jones has served with the Randolph Police Department since 2013.  He is a member of the Honor Guard and currently serves as the School Resource Officer for the Randolph Community Middle School.

Det. Kevin Gilbert – Born and raised in Randolph, Det. Gilbert played ice hockey and baseball through college and now actively coaches youth sports teams and enjoys playing music.  He graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice as well as a minor in Spanish language.  Det. Gilbert then went on to obtain his Master’s Degree from Boston University.  He was a graduate and class officer of the Boston Police Academy – Class 52-13.  Prior to working for Randolph PD, Det. Gilbert worked for UMass Boston PD. He was promoted from Officer to Detective in 2019. Det. Gilbert enjoys interacting with children, volunteering in the community and participating in charity events.

Ptl. Craig Staffier – Officer Staffier has served with the Randolph Police Department since 2008 and has been an Honor Guard member since 2015.  Prior to working for RPD he was an MDC Park Ranger in the Blue Hills Mounted Unit from 1998 – 1999, an Avon Firefighter from 1999 – 2004, a Detective for Avon Police Department from 2004 – 2008.

Ptl. Steven Rosa – Officer Rosa has served with the Randolph Police Department since 2013 and has been an Honor Guard member since 2015.

Ptl. Matthew Rodman – Officer Rodman joined the Randolph Police Department in July 2013 after graduating from the Boston Police Academy.  Prior to becoming a Police Officer he attended Norwich University where he graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice and commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.  Officer Rodman served five years in the Army with two tours in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  In May of 2016 Officer Rodman was awarded the Robert P. Dana Award for meritorious service.

 

 

 

Pictured from left to right: Ret. Cmdr. Arthur Sullivan, Ret. Cmdr. John Courtney, Lt. Anthony Marag, Det. Sgt. Jason Fisher, Lt. Melissa Greener and Cmdr. David Avery
Pictured from left to right: Ret. Cmdr. Arthur Sullivan, Ret. Cmdr. John Courtney, Lt. Anthony Marag, Det. Sgt. Jason Fisher, Lt. Melissa Greener and Ret. Cmdr. David Avery

 

 

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