Greenburgh police chief resigns to take another job

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GREENBURGH – Greenburgh Police Chief   is stepping down to accept the position of police chief of the Larchmont Police Department.

The chief first learned of the opportunity this summer and advised the town board that the “benefits that the new position offered made it difficult to turn down.”

He will continue to work with the town board toward investigation and resolution of any outstanding issues in the Greenburgh Police Department. The board will meet next week to begin the process of      appointing an interim chief, said Town Supervisor Paul Feiner.

Among the chief’s accomplishments while working in Greenburgh was implementation of a body worn camera program – the first in Westchester with full patrol deployment; reinstituting the Street Crime Unit and creating a Special Victims Unit.