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“The Town of Enfield is pleased to announce that Jonathan Morisset has taken the second in command position under Chief Erin Riggott for Enfield Emergency Medical Services, guaranteeing yet another smooth and promising transition for the Department,” states Town Manager Christopher Bromson.
Jonathan began working in Enfield in 2010 and was promoted to Lieutenant in 2014. And has been responsible for recruitment and selection of our brightest and best new employees. As a field training officer, he has provided training, guidance, and evaluation of new probationary personnel to oversee all aspects of their professional progression. Jonathan’s sharp eye and talent have ensured that our award- winning EMS team is prepared and equipped save lives on a daily basis.
Chief Riggott says that, “Jonathan has been instrumental in leading our fleet replacement program, which included the upgrading re-design of new ambulances.” While working with an Ambulance Committee consisting of EMS and DPW employees, Jonathan has overseen the replacement and remount of 4 ambulances and 1 SUV vehicle since 2013. “I am extremely pleased with Jonathan’s promotion and very confident in his competence as our Captain. His capabilities have been tested and proven and I can trust him to be my right hand.”
Jonathan attended Central Connecticut State University, and completed the Paramedic Program at Capital Community College in 2009. He started his Emergency Medical Services career in 2004 with Ellington Ambulance and was an advisor for Ellington Rescue Post 512 before also working with EMS in the Town of Vernon.