GCC Director of Security, Sgt. Cary Broderick, Receives 2020 Project Longevity Award
Gateway Community College Director of Security, Sgt. Cary Broderick, received the 2020 Project Longevity Award during its third annual awards ceremony on October 27. Sgt. Broderick received the award for his commitment to reducing violence in New Haven by forging closer relationships between police and the community.
Sgt. Broderick is one of 15 honorees to receive the award by Project Longevity New Haven (PL-NH) , a gun violence reduction initiative that aims to bring together collaborative forces including law enforcement, community leaders, and nonprofits to reduce violence in Connecticut’s three major cities of New Haven, Bridgeport and Hartford.
The Third Annual Project Longevity Awards Ceremony was held at the New Haven Police Academy. Stacy Spell, head of Project Longevity New Haven was joined by New Haven Police Chief Otoniel Reyes and Assistant Chief Karl Jacobson to present the awards to this year’s honorees.
The GCC community is very proud of Sgt. Broderick, and we thank him for his outstanding service to GCC and our community! He has made us all #GCCProud.