With nearly 30 years of service to the Wilton Police Department, Detective Scott Sear is retiring. He joined the force in 1992 and in 2000 became one of the first officers to fulfill the role of School Resource Officer and the first officer formally trained in digital forensics. Sear was elevated to Detective in 2005. He represented Fairfield County for several years as the Regional Intelligence Liaison Officer at the Connecticut Intelligence Center Unit.
After more than two decades with the Wilton Police Department, Lieutenant Rob Kluk is retiring. He joined the force in 1999 having started his career as an officer in North Carolina. Kluk is a U-S Marine Corps veteran. With Wilton Police he served as field training officer, patrol sergeant, administrative sergeant, detective lieutenant, and patrol lieutenant. Department officials say Kluk has been a driving force in organizing fundraising efforts to support the Connecticut Special Olympics through Tip-a-Cop and Torch Run events.
In 2019 Kluk summited Mount Kilimanjaro with a group of Connecticut and New Jersey law enforcement officers in a fundraising effort to support the Special Olympics Connecticut.