Jason Chaudoin Promoted to Sergeant

June 17th, 2013 by Keith Hutchinson

Chaudoin1b-175Georgetown police officer Jason Chaudoin was promoted from the rank of officer to sergeant in a ceremony at the city council meeting on June 11.

“Civil service’s basic requirement for promotion is an exam only,” said Assistant Police Chief Cory Tchida, who conducted the promotion ceremony. “Because we are an organization that strives to be the standard and to refuse mediocrity, we exceed that requirement and conduct a rigorous assessment center to ensure only the most qualified candidates promote.”

Chaudoin began his career in law enforcement in 2000 as a deputy for the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office. He then worked as a patrol officer for Texas A&M University. He joined the Georgetown Police Department in 2007 and has worked in a number of assignments including patrol, field training officer, defensive tactics instructor, pepperball instructor, and field sobriety instructor.

Tchida Chaudoin1b-300Sgt. Chaudoin’s family and many of his fellow officers were present for the promotion ceremony.

Pictured at left are Assistant Police Chief Cory Tchida and Sgt. Chaudoin.

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