Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus is proud to announce the promotion of Officer John Piggott to the position of sergeant. The Department held a Promotional Ceremony on Jan 24. The new sergeant’s wife, Rachel, proudly pinned the new badge on her husband’s uniform shirt.
Sgt. Piggott is a 14-year veteran of the Department. He has earned more than 30 awards while serving the Department as a police cadet, patrol officer, traffic officer and school liaison officer. Sgt. Piggott has been serving as an acting-sergeant since July 24, 2010, due to a temporary vacancy. A permanent sergeant’s position occurred as a result of the recent retirement of Sgt. Kevin Cronin, who accepted a position with the Department of Homeland Security, Office of Inspector General.
Chief Nebus described Sgt. Piggott as “a hard working, experienced, highly respected member of the Department who is deserving of promotion to the rank of sergeant.” The new sergeant will be assigned to the afternoon shift in the Patrol Division.
For further information, contact Chief Nebus at 248-871-2702.