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Stony Point Police Chief Ed Finn Retires After 38 Years in Law Enforcement

After a distinguished 38-year career in law enforcement, Stony Point Police Chief Ed Finn has retired. His colleagues and the community extend their heartfelt wishes for a fulfilling and well-deserved retirement.

Chief Finn’s journey began in March 1986, when he was hired as a Stony Point Police Officer by then-Chief Stephen Scurti. He served diligently as a patrolman until August 2002, when he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant, continuing his patrol duties for the next six years.

In April 2008, Chief Finn advanced to the role of Detective Sergeant, a position he found to be “the most fulfilling job in law enforcement.” He dedicated nine years to the Detective Bureau before being promoted to Lieutenant in April 2017. As Lieutenant, he initially took on the role of Administrative Lieutenant until 2020, before transitioning to the position of Executive Lieutenant.

In July 2021, Ed Finn reached the pinnacle of his career by being promoted to Chief of the Stony Point Police Department, the position from which he retired today.

Throughout his career, Chief Finn held every position within the department and contributed significantly as a member of the Department’s Accident Investigation Team, a Rapid Deployment Instructor, a Field Training Officer, and a member of the Rockland County REACT Team SOC committee.

The members of the Town of Stony Point Police Department extend their congratulations to Chief Finn on his retirement and wish him and his family all the best in the future.

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