DEPARTMENT NEWS

New Hires

Guilderland PD announces the hires of Officer Olivia DiBella and Officer Scarano. Both Officers are lateral transfers from the Albany County Sheriff's Office.

 

Pictured L-R (Chief McNally, Officer Olivia DiBella, Officer Kris Scarano, and Town Supervisor Peter Barber) 

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Tallman Retires

Guilderland Police Department Congratulates Officer Russ Tallman on retirement after over two decades worth of service to the Town of Guilderland. 

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Stevens Named New K-9 Handler

Officer Tylor Stevens has been named the Guilderland Police Department's new K-9 Handler. On May 10th Stevens was partnered with a newly acquired 10 month old German Shepherd who is the department's fourth canine.

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Guilderland Police 2020 Annual Report

Chief Dan McNally has issued the 2020 Guilderland Police Department Annual Report. Each year the annual report focuses on the activities of the department throughout the year highlighting training, new hires, retirements, program goals and achievements, community services activities, criminal investigations and police department statistics.

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