Sergeant Michael Bradley has retired after serving Livingston County for many years and under three Sheriffs, former Sheriffs Richard Kane and John York and current Sheriff Thomas Dougherty.
“When I think of our 911 Center, I think of Sergeant Bradley,” said Sheriff Dougherty. “He has led our communications division through many technological advancements and I can’t thank him enough for his passion for our Office and public safety.”
The Livingston County Emergency 911 Center was the first in the state to be accredited by the New York State Sheriff’s Association for meeting more than 70 standards quality and effectiveness, and has maintained that honor since 2003.
“Sergeant Bradley’s retirement is well deserved” added Sheriff Dougherty, “and on behalf of myself and the men and women of the Sheriff’s Office, we thank Mike for his service and wish him all the best.”
William Mann, who started with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 for a short period and then left to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in Florida for a successful 25-year career, is Sgt. Bradley’s successor as Director of Emergency Communications.
PHOTO CAPTION: (Photo/Livingston County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page)
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