NEWS and PICTURES
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Glen Cove Police Firearms Training Unit Instructors:
Sgt. Jack Mancusi,
Sgt. Tucker Wansor, and P.O. Pallone
The firearms training provided to all members of the Glen Cove Police Department is both modern and progressive. The Firearms Training Unit pictured above has received certification as instructors after attending the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) firearm training course given at Camp Smith, New York. They instruct, train and ultimately qualify all Glen Cove police officers on issued equipment which includes the service pistol, shotgun, patrol rifle and TASER.
Chief William Whitton and Deputy Chief Robert MacDonald initiated police bicycle
patrol. Pictured are PO Salvatore Bifone and PO Michael Napoli.
Glen Cove Police Department joined Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) “Drive
Sober Campaign.” Pictured are Lt. Ralph Bruschini, Mayor Ralph Suozzi and Sgt.
Young-Simmons American Legion Post 1765 Award:
Picture left to right, Chief of Police William Whitton congratulates Police
Officer Tom Fancher on receiving the Young-Simmons American Legion Post 1765
Award for outstanding service to the community. Chief Whitton stated that
“Officer Fancher has served with distinction having received seventeen
departmental commendations the most recent for bank robbery”.
Pictured: Glen Cove High School students with Chief of Police William Whitton,
Sergeant Jack McDougal, Glen Cove Youth Board Director Arlene O’Dell and
Charmaine Clarke LMSW. Sgt. Jack McDougal taught a class on the consequences and
dangers of sexting (the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photos
electronically, primarily between cell phones). Ms. Charmaine Clarke LMSW of the
Glen Cove Youth Bureau was instrumental in doing researching the subject and
putting the power point lesson together. Sgt. Jack McDougal at the invitation of
Ms. Clarke who arranges speakers for the Youth Board’s “Brown Bag Lunch” program
at the high school has also presented a class on the “Rise of Heroin on Long
Island” to the students. Chief William Whitton is a strong proponent of
education and prevention lessons for the young people of Glen Cove.