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In 1987, the United States Congress designated the month of March as Women’s History Month to recognize and celebrate the contributions of women throughout history and today. In this regard, Chief Anthony G. Manna and the members of the Fairfield Police Department would like to acknowledge two of Fairfield’s Finest, for their dedication and for the significant contributions made to the department and to our community.

Officer Stacy Chiarolanza is a 23 year veteran. She began her career with the department as a dispatcher in 2001 and quickly became a sworn officer in 2002. She currently serves as the department’s Public Information Officer and is extremely active in the Community Services Unit. She has been commended with (6) Unit citations, (1) Meritorious Service citations, (1) Exceptional Duty citation, (2) Lifesaving citations and (1) Chief’s Certificate. Stacy is also a resiliency officer and an executive board member of PBA Local #81. In her spare time, she serves on the Board of Directors of Joey’s House, a recognized NJ non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization formed exclusively to provide support to teens and young adults recovering from drug and alcohol addictions.

Officer Katrina Guevara began her career with our department in 2021 as a Class II Special Police Officer. She received her appointment as a full time officer in 2022. She has been commended with (1) Unit citation and (1) Meritorious Service citation. Katrina is one of the department’s bilingual officers. She is extremely active in youth education and activities by serving as a Law Enforcement Against Drug (L.E.A.D.) instructor and also as a head soccer coach for a school in Union County.

Thank you for all you do and for representing our department in such a professional and admirable manner.

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