Thursday marked a remarkable day for law enforcement professionals. At a distinguished awards luncheon held in the Bronx, several officers and staff members from the Rockland County community were recognized for their exemplary service by the Detectives Crime Clinic Metropolitan New Jersey and New York, a non-profit organization.
Public Information Officer Scott Waters from the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office was among those who received significant recognition. Reflecting on the occasion, Waters expressed his gratitude and thoughts:
“Thursday was a special day! It was an honor to receive the Outstanding Law Enforcement Professional Support Staff Award from the NY/NJ Detectives Crime Clinic. Serving as the Public Information Officer (Communications Director) for the Rockland County District Attorney’s for the last three years has provided me a front row seat to law enforcement in Rockland County. I can tell you that in Rockland we have some incredible men and women who work tirelessly to keep our community safe.” – Scott Waters (Public Information Officer for the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office)
The Crime Clinic is committed to recognizing the hard work of police officers, public officials, and citizens in crime prevention, apprehension, and prosecution. In addition to Waters, Rockland County Sheriff Louis Falco was spotlighted as an Outstanding Law Enforcement Executive.
Numerous other awards were presented during the ceremony, including commendations to Sergeants William Carbone and Sean Lee of the Ramapo Police Department, Group Supervisor Detective Bernard Brown, three officers from the Ramapo Police Department, two from the Clarkstown Police Department, and one from the Orangetown Police Department. Rockland County Police Academy Program Assistant Amanda Carey was also honored for her service.
These acknowledgments highlight the dedication and exceptional service of these law enforcement professionals, underscoring their pivotal roles in ensuring the safety and well-being of the Rockland community.