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Joseph J. DeCarlo

Director of Accounting

Country Villa Health Services

Direct Phone: (914) ***-****direct phone

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Town of Greenburgh


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www.greenburghgov.com

A SALUTE TO RETIRING CHIEF OF POLICE JOSEPH DECARLO--MONDAY, NOV 25 AT 7:30 pm
You are invited to help the Greenburgh Town Board salute retiring Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo on Monday evening, November 25th at 7:30 PM. At the beginning of the Town Board meeting we will thank the Chief for his years of service to our town. The meeting will take place at Greenburgh Town Hall. Chief Joseph DeCarlo will be retiring as Greenburgh Police Chief at the end of the month. Chief DeCarlo dedicated 36 years of his life to the Greenburgh police department. During his tenure with the department crime has gone down to historic lows. Chief DeCarlo should be thanked for his years of dedicated service, hard work and efforts to make our town a better place. He's been a great asset to our community. Chief DeCarlo oversees the fifth largest municipal police agency in Westchester.Unique among police departments in New York is Greenburgh's Paramedic Unit that provides emergency medical services up to the Advanced Life Support level to residents of the town and its six incorporated villages. A big thank you to Chief Joseph DeCarlo for his years of service and for making our police department an outstanding agency.


www.greenburghgov.com

Chief Joseph DeCarlo will be retiring as Police Chief at the end of the month.
We thank the Chief for his dedication, hard work and professionalism. Crime, under his watch, has been at historic low levels.


www.greenburghgov.com

Tonight, when I drove around town with Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo, I was amazed.
Chief DeCarlo is retiring as our police Chief at the end of November.


www.blackmountainnews.com

Greenburgh police Capt. Christopher McNerney will take over as the next chief of the Police Department when Joseph DeCarlo retires in November.
Greenburgh police Capt. Christopher McNerney will take over as the next chief of the Police Department when Joseph DeCarlo retires in November. / Greenburgh Police Department Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo / Greenburgh Police Department GREENBURGH - Joseph DeCarlo likes to joke that the department didn't know if his office floor was carpeted or wood when he took over as police chief in 2009. His predecessor had a penchant for covering the room in paperwork, a hobby DeCarlo has avoided while running one of the largest police departments in Westchester County. "Now at least you can see the floor," DeCarlo said. When DeCarlo retires in late November, police Capt. Chris McNerney will become the fourth police chief in 38 years to lead the Greenburgh Police Department. Joseph DeCarlo likes to joke that the department didn't know if his office floor was carpeted or wood when he took over as police chief in 2009.


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Joseph DeCarlo
Chief jdecarlo@greenburghny.com 188 Tarrytown Rd. White Plains, NY 10607 Tel: 914-682-5300 Fax: 914-682-5342


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