Connecticut Police Chiefs Association

CPCA New President

Published June 13, 2024

Connecticut Police Chiefs Association Welcomes New President

Meriden Mayor Kevin Scarpati swearing in Chief Roberto Rosado as
the new President of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association

June 13, 2024 – At the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) Annual Meeting, Meriden’s Mayor Kevin Scarpati swore in Chief Roberto Rosado of the Meriden Police Department as the new president of the CPCA. Chief Rosado brings 26 years of distinguished law enforcement experience to his new role.

Chief Rosado is dedicated to enhancing community safety, fostering partnerships, and advancing professional development within the CPCA and among officers throughout the state of Connecticut. His extensive experience and commitment to public service will be invaluable in leading the Association and promoting its mission.

The CPCA extends its heartfelt congratulations to Chief Roberto Rosado and looks forward to his leadership. His term promises to be marked by progress, unity, and a continued dedication to the safety and well-being of Connecticut’s communities.