Rockland police officer promoted

Aug 01, 2019
Photo by: Rockland Police Department Pictured with Sgt. Scott Redmun are his wife, Justine, older son, Owen, daughter Eliza and younger son, Preston.

Rockland — Rockland Police Officer Scott Redmun has been promoted to patrol sergeant.

A ceremony was held at the station Wednesday, July 31, to mark the promotion.

Redmun is a four-year veteran of the police department and has a total of six years' full-time law enforcement experience.

During his four years with the department, Redmun he has distinguished himself with his professionalism and commitment to the agency and community, according to a news release from Chief Christopher Young. Redmun holds an associate degree in criminal justice, is a Maine Criminal Justice Academy-certified field training officer and firearms Instructor.

Redmun was awarded the Rockland Police Department’s Life Saving Award for actions taken at an incident which occurred in Rockland in July 2015, when he was serving as a Knox County Sheriff's Office deputy.

"I can best describe Scott as a consummate professional who holds himself to the highest standards and expects nothing less from his supervisors, peers and subordinates. I am confident that Scott’s promotion to patrol sergeant is going to benefit not only the agency, but the community as whole for years to come," the chief said.

Comments (2)
Posted by: cathy Cleaveland | Aug 02, 2019 06:55

Congratulations Scott!!


Posted by: TC Tolliver | Aug 01, 2019 18:07

Congratulations Sergeant!  Beautiful family to boot.

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