Sergeant Evan Kaesmann has been a member of the Fairfield Police Department since 2009. After graduating from the Police Academy, he was assigned to the Patrol Division.
In 2012, Sergeant Kaesmann was selected as a member of the newly formed Crisis Intervention Team. From 2013 to 2015, Sergeant Kaesmann was assigned to the Special Service Division as a member of the Traffic Safety Unit and also selected as a Field Training Officer in 2013. Sergeant Kaesmann has been an operator on the Emergency Sevrices Unit since 2013 and was recently selected by his teammates as a Squad Leader.
In 2015, Sergeant Kaesmann became a K9 Handler and is currently handling K9 Maverick, a dual purpose patrol and narcotics detection K9. As a team, Sergeant Kaesmann and K9 Maverick have had hundreds of deployments within the Town of Fairfield and surrounding towns assisting in searches for fleeing suspects, missing persons, narcotics detection, building searches, suspect apprehension and evidence searches. Sergeant Kaesmann is currently a certified Firearms Instructor instructing handgun, rifle, shotgun, less lethal shotgun, and low-light firearms. Sergeant Kaesmann is also a member of the Fairfield Police Honor Guard.
Upon promotion his Promition to Sergeant, Sergeant Kaesmann assumed the supervisory responsibilities for the Department’s K9 Unit.
Sergeant Kaesmann is a graduated from Central Connecticut State University where he majored in Political Science with a Criminal Justice minor.
The Fairfield Police Department K-9 Unit is entirely funded by corporate and private donations from the community.
Donations to the K9 Unit are tax deductible under section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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