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SUFFERN, NY – Town of Ramapo Police Department Chief Brad Weidel retired today after a 40 year distinguished career in law enforcement.
Chief Weidel is a lifelong Rockland County resident and began his career in December of 1980 with the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office. He was hired by the Town of Ramapo Police Department in September 1981. In June 1987 he was promoted to Sergeant. In January 2003 he was promoted to Lieutenant. In February 2004 he was assigned as Detective Lieutenant in the Investigations Division. In October 2010 he was promoted to Captain. In February 2016 he was promoted to Chief of Police.
Members of the Town of Ramapo Police Department were joined by a large outpouring of support from colleagues from various Rockland Police (including Chiefs from Clarkstown, Suffern, South Nyack, and the Rockland County Sheriff), NYS police, and Orange County Sheriff’s Dubois for one last walkout of the department for Chief Weidel.
Town of Clarkstown Pay Tribute to Rockland & 9/11 Heroes Thomas and Danny Foley with Life-Sized Statues in West Nyack
WEST NYACK, NY – FDNY firefighters Thomas and Daniel Foley were memorialized in a beautiful tribute in West Nyack today, a place they called home. A life-sized statue of these brave brothers was unveiled at the West Nyack Hamlet Green and Firefighter Memorial Park.
Thomas Foley of Rescue 3 died on 9/11. His younger brother, Daniel, of Ladder 49, spent days days searching for his body and eventually found him 10 days later.
Daniel Foley joined Rescue 3 in the years following. He died of 9/11 related illnesses in 2020.
We will #neverforget Tommy and Danny Foley
New York State Police Serving Since 1917 Accepting Applications
Middletown, NY – Trooper Briana Martinez – Gigante, Recruiter Troop F, discussed the benefits to becoming a NYS Trooper. Starting with 120 hours of vacation annually, a max of 224 hours depending on years of service. 104 hours of annual paid holiday time. 20 – 40 hours paid personal leave based on years of service, health, vision and dental insurance. She stated there were different career opportunities available to qualified individuals. For more information visit JoinStatePolice.ny.gov or
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