Franklin Police Officer celebrated for 25 years of service; Detective Sergio Guerra to retire, Thursday

Detective Sergio Guerra began patrolling Franklin neighborhoods in 1997. His last day on the force is Thursday.

Family, friends, colleagues, and community members will celebrate Guerra’s career at 2:30, February 24, at Franklin Police Headquarters, 900 Columbia Avenue.

Throughout his distinguished career, Guerra served as a Patrol Officer, Hostage Negotiator, and Firearms Instructor, before being promoted to Detective. During his tenure in that position, Guerra has worked closely with victims of rape and abuse, helping them find healing while holding their abusers accountable in criminal court.

“Detective Guerra has had an amazing career and been a great friend to all,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “We are thankful for his dedicated years of service to the City of Franklin.” 

Sergio’s contributions to the Franklin Police Department and community have been immeasurable, and he will be greatly missed by everyone who has had the pleasure of serving alongside him.

COLLEAGUES, FRIENDS & CITIZENS CAN LEAVE THEIR SENTIMENTS AND WELL-WISHES FOR Detective Guerra BY POSTING THEM IN OUR LEAVE A REPLY FIELD, BELOW.
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5 thoughts on “Franklin Police Officer celebrated for 25 years of service; Detective Sergio Guerra to retire, Thursday

  1. Congrats Sergio!
    Thank you so much for your years of service to our community. I pray retirement finds you active and fulfilled! Blessings.

  2. Thank you for your service to Franklin and to the whole community. We will miss seeing you. May God bless and keep you and your family. Tom always spoke highly of you.
    Sincerely, Lydia Miller

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