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Rockland County District Attorney’s Office Deirdre Smith Sworn In as Chief of Detectives

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Chief Smith is a graduate of Manhattan College. She started her law enforcement career in 1993 with the NYPD and spent 5 years with the department before joining the Suffern Police Department.
She served for 22 years with the Suffern Police Department, retiring at the rank of Sergeant. Chief Smith was the first female supervisor in the department’s history. During her career with the Suffern PD, she received the prestigious Medal of Honor Award for Valor from the Rockland County PBA.

Chief Smith comes from a family that has a long history in law enforcement. Her father is a retired Inspector from the NYPD and sister has served with the FBI for 25 years.
In 2020, Chief Smith retired from the Suffern PD and joined the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office where she served as the first female Confidential Investigator to the District Attorney in Rockland County DA history. She has worked on many high profile cases during her time with the Office.

Chief Deirdre Smith is the first female to serve as Chief of Detectives for the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office.

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Clarkstown Police Were On The Scene Of A One Car Accident In Nanuet

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Clarkstown Police units were on the scene of a one car accident in the area of Church St & Norwood Pl. in Nanuet. Nanuet FD and Nanuet Ambulance on scene. The sole occupant was transported to an area hospital by Nanuet Community Ambulance Corps

                     PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE AND TEXT, THIS IS WHAT CAN HAPPEN.

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The Clarkstown Police Department Is Committed To Ensuring The Safety Of All Drivers, Passengers And Pedestrians On Our Roadways

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The Clarkstown Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety of all drivers, passengers and pedestrians on our roadways.
The national distracted driving high visibility enforcement (HVE) campaign kicks off April 1 with a new tagline, Put the Phone Away or Pay. This distracted driving enforcement campaign reminds drivers of the deadly dangers and the legal consequences – including fines – of distracted driving.
Distracted driving is not just a thoughtless mistake. It is a deadly trend on American roadways, and it is getting worse. We must all do our part.
32,657 people died in distraction-affected crashes over the 10-year period from 2012 to 2021. In 2021 there were 3,522 people killed and an estimated additional 362,415 people injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes involving distracted drivers. This was an increase of 380 fatalities compared to 2020.

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