Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was joined by Acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter and Department Chaplain Reverend Joseph J. D’Angelo, to swear in 181 new recruits who have successfully completed their training to join the Nassau County Police Department, Sheriff Department and Village Police Departments.
“I thank each and every recruit for choosing to join these invaluable forces and for your commitment to a career in both law enforcement and public service,” said County Executive Mangano. “Law enforcement is a very difficult and often dangerous profession. It demands the utmost professionalism, vigilance and a distinct skill set. Each of you and your families should be extremely proud of your accomplishments.”
The 181 recruits completed 7 months of intense law enforcement training at the Nassau County Police Academy. 15 have prior military experience and 25 have prior law enforcement experience. 154 of the total recruits are joining the Nassau County Police Department. The remaining 27 recruits will be joining either the Nassau County Sheriff’s Department or a Village’s Police Department.