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Walkout Ceremony for Former Ramapo Police Chief Marty Reilly

Walkout Ceremony for Former Ramapo Police Chief Marty Reilly

On Friday, June 14, the Town of Ramapo held a retirement ceremony for Ramapo Police Chief Marty Reilly at the Town of Ramapo Town Hall. 

"Today marks the final chapter in the illustrious career of a man of distinction, Chief Martin Reilly," the Town of Ramapo stated on social media. "As he passes the torch to one of his trusted captains, he leaves a legacy of honor, strength, dedication, and commitment."

Martin J. Reilly began his journey as a police officer in September of 1984 when he entered the Orange County Police Academy. On January 3, 1985, he was hired as a police officer in the Town of Woodbury, Orange County, New York. On April 4, 1987, he was hired by the Town of Ramapo Police Department in Rockland County, New York.

Martin Reilly served the people of the Town of Ramapo as a Police Officer, Sergeant, Special Operations Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Chief of Police. He was a countywide task force member, a police instructor, and an Adopt-a-Cop.  Rielly's last day of service as the Chief of Police was June 14, 2024. 

Michael Specht Town of Ramapo Supervisor, Deputy Supervisor Brendel Logan, Congressman Mike Lawler, Senator Bill Weber, Rockland County District Attorney's Office District Attorney Tom Walsh, Legislator Aron Wieder, US Army Reserve Major General Jack Hussey, and Sheriff Louis Falco were speakers for the occasion.

"As the son of a retired New York City Police Officer and the brother of one active and one retired officer, I know what goes into the position.," says Senator Bill Weber. "Thank you to Chief Reilly, my Police Chief, for keeping all of us safe. Chief Dan Hyman has big shoes to fill, but having worked alongside Chief Reilly, I know he will do great and has my full confidence. It is incumbent on all of us to support our police and push back against radical progressives' legislation to defund them."

"Thank you, Ramapo Police Chief Marty Reilly, for your four decades of service to Hudson Valley families," Congressman Lawler stated post-event. "It was a privilege to be with you at yesterday’s walk-out and present a proclamation celebrating your distinguished career!"

Photo credits: Scott Waters/ Rockland DA, Ramapo PD


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