Two-time Westfield State Alum Steve Kaselouskas ‘12 ‘15M has worked his way through the ranks, from being a Police Explorer to deputy chief of the Enfield Police Department. Kaselouskas began his career in law enforcement at the age of 13 with the Enfield Police Explorers in January 1987. In January 1993, he was hired as a full-time patrol officer. He was then promoted to sergeant in December 2001, then to lieutenant in April 2007. In May 2019, Kaselouskas moved up to the rank of captain. Following the retirement of Deputy Chief Fred Hall in June of 2020 Kaselouskas was then promoted.
Chief Alaric Fox stated, "Captain Kaselouskas has served this community, with distinction, for the past thirty-seven years, beginning as an Enfield Police Explorer, a police auxiliary, and thereafter holding every sworn rank within the Enfield Police Department, He has shown a tremendous commitment to both this town and this profession. Our community, and I personally, are so very fortunate to be able to secure his future town service."
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