This is the final week on the job for North Haven Police Department Captain Edward Remington, who is retiring after 38 years of service.
“Thirty-eight years at any organization is impressive, but in an occupation as scrutinized as policing, it is a feat not often seen anymore,” the NHPD wrote in a Dec. 23 social media post. “In his three decades wearing a North Haven Police shield, Captain Remington has supervised various divisions, with his last five years as division commander of the Uniformed Services Division (patrol). USD is the largest division within the department, and is the backbone of all police agencies. We thank him for his commitment to the men and women of the North Haven Police Department, and the Town of North Haven. Have a safe, happy, and healthy retirement and good luck in your next chapter!”
Among those thanking and wishing Remington well online was Larry Lazaroff, chairman of the North Haven Police Commission. “Truly a remarkable man. Dedicated to his family, community and country,” Lazaroff commented. “We will miss you, Captain. But wish you great health and happiness in the future. Congratulations!”