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 will serve as the department's fourth canine. The pair began training where they will become certified in patrol and explosive detection. A 5th grade class at Farnsworth Middle School will be choosing the name of Stevens' new partner.
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.
Kelly-Sweeney Retires after 30 years
Dispatcher Kris Kelly-Sweeney ended a 30 year career as a Telecommunicator for the Guilderland Police at the end of May. Kelly-Sweeney was celebrated at a walk out ceremony on her final day. She joined the department April 13, 1991.
Strock Is Newest Guilderland Officer
Guilderland Town Supervisor Peter Barber swore in Guilderland Police Department's newest officer on April 26, 2021 during an informal ceremony held at the town hall.
Officer Barak Strock is a lateral transfer from the Albany County Sheriff's Department and fills a spot recently vacated by a retirement. He will be assigned to the patrol division following a period of field training.