East Windsor Mayor Janice Mironov Administers Oath of Office to New Police Sergeant

FOR RELEASE:  September 23, 2022

Mayor Janice S. Mironov administered the oath of office to promoted police officer, new Police Sergeant Troy McWhorter, who fills an existing vacancy in the police department, at a recent ceremony. 

Mayor Mironov stated,  “This is an exciting evening for East Windsor Township and our Police Department, and especially for Sergeant McWhorter who is an experienced and accomplished officer who has worked hard to earn this promotion. We all congratulate the promoted officer on this professional recognition and his continued service to our Township.”

New Police Sergeant Troy McWhorter, hired in September 2005, has served in Uniform Services as a Field Training Officer, Primary and Secondary Officer-in-Charge, and as a Detective in Investigative Services and now is assigned as a platoon supervisor in Uniform Services. Sergeant McWhorter also is a departmental Firearms Instructor and Part-Time Instructor at the Mercer County Police Academy.  During his career, Sergeant McWhorter has received several awards and recognitions, including two Unit Citation Medals and two Life Saving medals. In 2010, Sergeant McWhorter received a Samaritan Award and was recognized as the Officer of the Year.  Sergeant McWhorter received Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Administration of Justice from Salve Regina University. 

East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov administered the oath of office to new Police Sergeant Troy McWhorter (center) in a ceremony attended by Chief of Police James Geary (right), elected officials and other police officers.

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