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Ramapo Police Honor Sgt. Mike Minervini as He Retires After 30 Years of Service

After an impressive three decades in law enforcement, Sgt. Mike Minervini is set to retire, leaving behind a legacy of dedication and service. His career began in the early 1990s when he served as a Civilian Investigative Specialist with the FBI. In 1996, Minervini transitioned to the New York City Police Department, where he honed his skills across various prestigious units including the 5th and 44th Precincts, the Manhattan South Task Force, and the Evidence Collection team.

In 2003, Minervini briefly served with the Wallkill Police Department before joining the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in New York in 2005. There, he embarked on his tactical law enforcement career, working as a SWAT Operator and Sniper. His tactical journey continued when he joined the Ramapo Police Department in 2007, becoming a vital member of the Rockland County Rescue Entry & Counter Terrorism (REACT) Team. His roles included SWAT Operator, Sniper, and Senior Firearms Instructor.

A significant milestone in his career came in 2018 when Minervini was promoted to sergeant. In this role, he played a crucial part in mentoring young officers within the Patrol Division, sharing his extensive knowledge and experience.

The Ramapo Police Department invites the community to celebrate Sgt. Minervini’s distinguished career and to extend best wishes for his retirement. His dedication to law enforcement and community safety has left an indelible mark on the department and the many officers he has guided over the years.

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