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Pleasanton PD welcomes former Oakland sergeant as newest officer

Gallinatti praises city's 'small-town charm and diversity'

(Photo courtesy PPD)

Pleasanton Police Chief David Swing (right) hands badge to Officer Rob Gallinatti, the newest member of the Pleasanton Police Department.

Officer Rob Gallinatti. (Photo courtesy PPD)

Gallinatti joined the department earlier this month after nine years working for Oakland police, including time as a field training officer, community resource officer and promotion to sergeant.

"I was drawn to Pleasanton because of its small-town charm and diversity," Gallinatti said in a statement. "As part of the department, I'm excited to engage with community members and provide quality service."

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Pleasanton PD welcomes former Oakland sergeant as newest officer

Gallinatti praises city's 'small-town charm and diversity'

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Jun 23, 2022, 6:20 am

Pleasanton Police Chief David Swing (right) hands badge to Officer Rob Gallinatti, the newest member of the Pleasanton Police Department.

Gallinatti joined the department earlier this month after nine years working for Oakland police, including time as a field training officer, community resource officer and promotion to sergeant.

"I was drawn to Pleasanton because of its small-town charm and diversity," Gallinatti said in a statement. "As part of the department, I'm excited to engage with community members and provide quality service."

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