Chief Allen Aldenberg is proud to announce the 2020 Officer of the Year, Detective Justin Breton.
Detective Breton has been with the Manchester Police Department since 2010, and during his time here he has always been a consummate professional and proven to have a genuine interest in the wellbeing of others.
Over the years, Det. Breton has taken on multiple roles to include a patrol officer, a juvenile detective, a detective with the Investigative Division, and a SWAT Negotiator.
Detective Breton was instrumental in the creation of the Manchester Police Critical Incident Stress Management Team and has since become the director. He was also the driving force behind the formation of the Manchester Association of Police Comfort Dogs and is the primary handler of Manchester’s Comfort Dog, Patch.
With every assignment, Detective Breton has demonstrated unwavering integrity, thoroughness, and always has a positive attitude. For all these reasons, he is well deserving of this award.
Please join us at the Manchester Police Athletic League this Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 12 PM for Detective Breton’s award ceremony.