By CSP Office of Media Relations
(MIDDLETOWN, CT – October 21, 2021) – The Connecticut State Police promoted nine Sergeants to Master Sergeant and one Trooper to Sergeant during a ceremony today at State Police Headquarters. James C. Rovella, Commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, and Colonel Stavros Mellekas, Commanding Officer of the Connecticut State Police, formally promoted the Troopers in a socially distanced manner.
The Troopers have many years of experience as Patrol Troopers, Detectives, Resident Troopers and Sergeants.
Master Sergeant Dean Aresco M/Sgt. Aresco was promoted from Sergeant and has been assigned as Executive Officer at Troop I in Bethany. A Trooper for nearly 16 years, M/Sgt. Aresco served at Troop F, at Troop H in Hartford, Troop E in Montville and as an instructor at the State Police Training Academy. He holds a B.S. and M.S. from the University of Connecticut. Master
Master Sergeant Albert Gosselin M/Sergeant Albert Gosselin was promoted from Sergeant and has been assigned as Executive Officer at Troop F in Westbrook. With 17 years as a Trooper, Sgt. Gosselin has served at Troop D in Danielson, Troop E in Montville, Troop F in Westbrook, and as Resident Trooper Sergeant in Montville. He holds a B.S. from Norwich University.
Master Sergeant Jack Kulig M/Sgt. Jack Kulig was promoted from Sergeant and has been assigned as Executive Officer at Troop A in Southbury. He most recently served as Sergeant in the Central District Major Crime Squad. During 17 years as a Trooper, M/Sgt. Kulig has been at Troop F in Westbrook, Troop I and Troop G in Bridgeport. He served as an investigator in the Bureau of Professional Standards. He has earned the agency’s Medal for Meritorious Service, a Lifesaving Award and a Unit Citation. He holds a B.S. from Westfield State College.
For a complete list of the ten promotions: https://www.cspnews.org/post/connecticut-state-police-promotes-ten-troopers