The six newest members of the Marlborough Police Department were recognized recently.
"I am enormously pleased with the caliber of these men and women and ask that you join me in wishing them a long and successful career serving and protecting our community," wrote Mayor Arthur Vigeant in a letter to the City Council.
The police officers were hired in 2012. They represent part of the effort to regain community policing in the city.
Scott Carey graduated from the Boston Police Academy on July 24. He completed field training and is assigned to the midnight shift.
Paul McCarthy transferred from the Oxford Police Department on Aug. 20. He has completed field training and is assigned to the midnight shift.
Rafael Faria graduated from the Boylston Police Academy on Dec. 7 and is currently in Field Training.
Christopher Bradley is scheduled to graduate from the Reading Police Academy on Jan. 15 and will begin field training for the next ten weeks after that.
Tyler McElman and Alyssa Stetson are scheduled to begin the Springfield Police Academy in February. Their expected Academy graduation date is late July 2013.