WINTER PARKING REGULATIONS IN EFFECT
NO PARKING ON TOWN ROADWAYS BETWEEN 2AM-7AM
KELLEY SWORN IN
Guilderland Police Department's newest officer was sworn in by Supervisor Peter Barber on October 23, 2019 at a ceremony held at the Guilderland Town Hall.
Officer Ian Kelley joins the department as a lateral transfer from the Albany County Sheriff's Department where he was assigned to the Albany International Airport since graduating from the Zone Five Law Enforcement Academy in July 2018. He also attended the NYS Park Police Academy Ranger Course and the FBI Citizens Collegiate Academy. Officer Kelley is a lifelong Guilderland resident and graduated from Guilderland High School. He is currently working on his bachelors degree from the University at Albany. Following field training he will be assigned to the patrol division.
PHOTO - Officer Ian Kelley being sworn in by Supervisor Peter Barber
K-9 Rocky Passes Away
It is with great sadness that the Guilderland Police Department announce the death of the departments police dog K-9 Rocky. Rocky had recently been diagnosed with a serious illness and passed away on November 11, 2019.
Rocky was born August 8, 2007 and after being certified in protection, narcotics and tracking he joined the department in 2009. He was the third canine to serve the town of Guilderland.
The Guilderland Police extend our condolences to his handler for over 10 years, Officer Don Jones.