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Rockland County DA’s Chief of Detectives, Peter Walker, Retires After 30 Years in Law Enforcement

Chief of Detectives Peter Walker has announced his retirement from the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office. Chief Walker’s career has been characterized by dedication, service, and an unwavering commitment to community safety and collaboration.

Starting his law enforcement journey with the NYPD in 1994, Walker patrolled the streets of the Bronx, serving the 48th Precinct with distinction. His early years on the force laid a solid foundation for a career built on integrity and public service.

In December 1999, Walker transitioned to the Clarkstown Police Department as a patrol officer. There, he quickly established himself as a vital link between the police force and the community by taking on the role of Public Information Officer. His efforts significantly strengthened community-police relations, fostering a spirit of mutual respect and understanding.

Walker’s career trajectory continued upwards when he was promoted to Detective in May 2018. During his tenure at the Clarkstown Police Department, he took on various critical roles, including serving on the Critical Incident Response Team as a police sniper, acting as a field training officer, contributing to the department’s budget assessment team, and leading the Records Department as its Supervisor. Additionally, Walker played a significant role in the Clarkstown Police Benevolent Association, further highlighting his versatility and commitment to law enforcement excellence.

In January 2020, Walker assumed the role of Chief Criminal Investigator at the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office. In this capacity, he oversaw a team of approximately 30 investigators and support staff, ensuring the seamless collaboration between the District Attorney’s Office and external police agencies. His leadership significantly enhanced the efficiency and effectiveness of law enforcement operations within the county.

Chief Walker’s service extends beyond the realm of civilian law enforcement; he also served honorably in the United States Navy for 26 years, retiring as a Chief Petty Officer. This dual service underscores Walker’s lifelong commitment to protecting and serving his country and community.

As Chief Walker embarks on retirement, the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office extends its heartfelt gratitude for his years of service and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors. His legacy of leadership, integrity, and dedication to duty will continue to inspire current and future generations of law enforcement officers.

To commemorate Chief Walker’s retirement and celebrate his career achievements, a video tribute has been shared here

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