Sheriff's Office announces slate of personnel changes
Deputy Cassidy Longhini, Deputy Jenna Ferrando, Chief Deputy-Road Patrol Gordon L. Dibble, Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr., Undersheriff Gregory H. Walker, Deputy Travis DeMuth and Deputy Howard O. Wilson.
The Sheriff's Office announced the following personnel changes:
The following four Deputy Sheriff's graduated from the Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy at Niagara University on Jan. 11:
Deputy Sheriff Cassidy Longhini was presented with the Physical Fitness Award in his graduating class from the academy. He is a 2010 high school graduate from Byron-Bergen High School and received an associate degree in Physical Education from Genesee Community College in 2013. Deputy Longhini was previously employed as a Correction Officer with the Genesee County Jail before being appointed a Deputy Sheriff.
Deputy Sheriff Jenna Ferrando is a 2007 high school Regents graduate from Le Roy High School. In 2009, she graduated with an associate degree in Criminal Justice & Liberal Arts from Genesee Community College; and in 2011, Deputy Ferrando graduated from Buffalo State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Spanish.
Deputy Sheriff Travis M. DeMuth graduated with a Regents Diploma in 2011 from Alden High School. In 2016, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the State University of New York College at Buffalo. Deputy DeMuth was previously employed as a Security Guard.
Deputy Sheriff Howard O. Wilson V is a 2004 Regents high school graduate from Batavia High School. Deputy Wilson was previously employed as a Correction Officer with the Genesee County Jail until 2014. During that time, he received a Commendation Award for his actions off duty that involved attempts to calm a patron making verbal threats to other surrounding customers and assisted with taking the subject into custody.
Deputy Sheriff Kyle D. Krzemien has been appointed Deputy Sheriff, and is a 2013 Regents Diploma graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Lancaster. He enlisted in the Army National Guard in August 2012 and continues to remain enlisted. Deputy Krzemien attended college at Buffalo State and then enrolled in classes at the Erie Community College Police Academy, graduating in December 2015 from Pre-Employment Basic Training. He graduated from Phase 2 of the academy on May 12, 2016.
Pastor Allen Werk, Road Patrol Chief Deputy Gordon L. Dibble, Deputy Sheriff Jeremy M. McClellan, Deputy Mathew J. Clor, Undersheriff Gregory H. Walker, Sheriff William A. Sheron Jr.
The following two Deputy Sheriffs graduated from the Monroe Community College Law Enforcement Academy on Jan. 27:
Deputy Sheriff Jeremy M. McClellan graduated in 2000 from Alexander High School. After high school, Deputy McClellan enlisted in the Navy where he achieved a rank of Petty Officer First Class and served until 2011. While in the Navy, Deputy McClellan received the following medals: Joint Service Achievement, Navy & Marine Corps Achievement, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Good Conduct three times, National Defense Service, Global War of Terrorism Expeditionary, W/FMF, Navy “E” Ribbon, Humanitarian Service, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon five times, Expert Pistol Shot, and Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist. He was previously employed as a Detention Officer at the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia.
Deputy Sheriff Mathew J. Clor is a 2011 graduate from Batavia High School. Since graduation, Deputy Clor has been an active member of the Army National Guard and has earned the rank of E-4 Specialist. He received an award for volunteering his duties during Operation Blackhawk, providing security following Hurricane Sandy in New York City. Deputy Clor is also a summer coach for the Batavia Junior Baseball League.
Deputy Sheriff Jason E. Saile has been promoted to Sergeant. He is a 12-year veteran who started his law enforcement career as a Deputy Sheriff on July 8, 2005.
Investigator Bradley D. Mazur was promoted on Jan. 1, 2017, to the position of Sergeant. He is an 18-year veteran who began his career with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 31, 1999.
Deputy Sheriff Christopher A. Parker was promoted on Jan. 1, 2017, to the position of Investigator. He is a 19-year veteran who began his career with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 29, 1997.
Justine M. Reed was appointed a part-time Emergency Services Dispatcher on Jan 1.
|Matthew Bailey with Sheriff Sheron|
Part-time Correction Officer Jason M. Buck has been appointed full time.
Part-time Correction Officer Corey J. Cieszki has been appointed full time.
Correction Officer Matthew J. Bailey was appointed on Aug. 27 and graduated from the Erie County Sheriff’s Office Basic Corrections Academy on Dec. 2. C.O. Bailey is a 2001 Regents diploma graduate from Batavia High School. Following high school, he attended Genesee Community College and received an associate degree in Criminal Justice in 2014. In May 2014, Bailey enlisted in the Army National Guard where he is an E-4 Specialist assigned to the 105th Military Police Company based out of Buffalo. C.O. Bailey was previously employed as a Buffalo Federal Detention Officer.
Eric T. Wagner was appointed to a part-time Correction Officer on Nov. 8.