PHOTOS: Haverhill Police Celebrate Retirement of Longtime Staffers Miller, Rosario

Haverhill Police celebrated the retirements of Patrolman Bill Miller and Sgt. John Rosario on May 31. (Courtesy photograph)

Two of the Haverhill Police Department’s longest serving officers put away their badges Friday after more than 30 years of service to the community, with their law enforcement peers sending them off with a retirement bash at the Bailey Boulevard station on May 31.

Officer Bill Miller (left) and Sgt. John Rosario wrapped up their tenure on May 31. (Courtesy photograph)

Sgt. John Rosario retired after 34 years of service in Haverhill, while Patrolman William Miller, who joined the Haverhill Police Department in 1995, retires with a 30-year tenure in law enforcement.

“May all the years ahead bring you great joy, happiness, and well deserved relaxation. Thank you for your many years of service to this department and the citizens of Haverhill,” Rosario and Miller’s colleagues wrote in a congratulatory social media message Friday.

Miller and Rosario are the third and fourth Haverhill officers to pull retirement papers so far this year, following Lt. Joseph Florent and Sgt. Cliff Demeritt. Mayor James J. Fiorentini plans to address police department staffing when he updates the Haverhill City Council on his 2020 budget proposal at Tuesday’s meeting.

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