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Dartmouth Police Department announces retirement of Officer Vieira after 3 decades of service

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“Please join Chief Levesque and the members of Dartmouth Police Department as we congratulate Officer Joe Vieira on his retirement from the department.

Beyond being a valued member of the Dartmouth Police Department for over three decades, Joe has dedicated endless hours of his time to the betterment of Dartmouth while holding various positions with other town agencies and associations. As if this wasn’t enough, Joe is also currently the president of the Massachusetts Police Association.

Though Joe will be staying on DPD as an intermittent officer, he plans on doing some traveling with his wife, and spending time with his grandson.

Congratulations Joe, and thank you for your dedicated service to the town!

*If you would like to send Joe a congratulations card, please address it to the dinosaur exhibit at the Smithsonian.” -Dartmouth Police Department.


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Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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