Brockport police chief to retire in 2018

BROCKPORT, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - The Brockport police chief has announced his retirement.

Chief of Police Daniel Varrenti says his last day of employment with the Brockport Police Department will be on March 31, 2018.

He is a 38-year veteran of law enforcement. He was an Irondequoit police officer for 23 years before he became the chief of police of the Brockport Police Department in January of 2002.

"Over the 16 years here were able to build a team second to none and accomplish things we never would have been able to accomplish without this team," Varrenti said in a statement. "I firmly believe the future leadership of this department has been set in place for a number of years now and will take this department to the next level of professional policing."

Varrenti is a 38-year veteran of law enforcement. He was an Irondequoit police officer for 23 years before he became the chief of police of the Brockport Police Department in January of 2002.

It is unknown at this time who will become the new chief of police.


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