Monday, May 13, 2019


Trio from Mahopac Appointed to sheriff’s department

CARMEL – Three new deputies have joined the ranks of the Putnam county Sheriff’s Office as Sheriff Robert Langley administered the oaths of office.

The swearing-in took place at the Bureau of Emergency Services Training and Operations Center in Carmel.

Amanda Collier and Ed Burke took their oaths as deputy sheriffs while Mike Martin was sworn in as a corrections officer.

Each of the new members of the sheriff’s office has served other agencies in the past. Deputy Collier was employed for six years with the NYPD while Deputy Burke was previously employed by the White Plains PD and CO Martin worked for the New York City Department of Correctional Services at Rikers Island.

Deputy Burke and CO Martin are both graduates of Mahopac High School.

Sheriff Langley said his department currently has a complement of 85 enforcement officers and 59 correctional facility personnel. 

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