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Lieutenant Michael Morano has been a police officer for over 30 years. His law enforcement career started when he was appointed a police officer with the New York City Police Department in April 1991.
In June 1993, Morano transferred to the Irvington Police Department where over the years he has held several positions. In 1999, he became the department’s first bicycle patrol Officer. He is a General topics Instructor as well as a Certified Child Safety Seat Technician. He is also an active member of The Irvington Police Benevolent Association and has held the position of Vice President.
In 2003, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant where he was responsible for supervising a squad of police officers. In 2007, Morano was promoted to his current rank of Lieutenant, where he is the commanding officer of the Patrol Division. He oversees all daily patrol operations within the department.
In 2008, Lt Morano was awarded “Officer of the Year” by The Rivertowns Lions Club. In 2012, he was awarded the Certificate of Merit for apprehending a perpetrator who was wanted for a Burglary in Progress in the Village of Tarrytown. In 2018, he was once again awarded with a Unit Citation for an investigation which resulted in the arrest and indictment of a suspect for Murder 2nd Degree.