Police Chief Michael Sullivan
Chief Sullivan has served as a Law Enforcement Officer for 32 years. He started his career as a New York City Police Officer and joined the Clarkstown Police Department in 1987. He was promoted to Sergeant in 1995, Lieutenant in 2000, Captain in 2009 and Chief of Police in 2011.
During his tenure with the Clarkstown Police Department, Chief Sullivan has served as Coordinator of the Critical Incident Response Team (C.I.R.T.), as a member of the Clarkstown Police Department Honor Guard Unit, Chairman of the Clarkstown Police Department Awards Committee and Emergency 911 Communications Room Reconstruction Committee, as well as an Instructor at the Rockland County Police Academy.
A graduate of Clarkstown High School North, Rockland Community College and the FBI National Academy, Chief Sullivan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Police Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and has received several specialized training throughout his career.