Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano swore in a new class of 154 Nassau police recruits last week at Nassau police headquarters in Mineola. The recruits will undertake seven and a half months of rigorous training preparing them to patrol the streets of Nassau.
Earlier in the week, Mangano and Thomas Krumpter, acting police commissioner, presented certificates of completion to 185 police graduates that had successfully completed their police academy training, which was the largest class of graduates in over 20 years.
“Nassau County residents enjoys one of the lowest crime rates in the nation thanks to the dedicated men and women of the police department,” Mangano said. “Nassau County police officers are known for their professionalism and expertise in intelligence led policing. As county executive I take great pride in our police department and I wish these recruits tremendous success as our residents are counting them.”