Alfred Police Officers
Chief of Police - vacant
Sergeant Robert Billings -
Serving Since 1990
the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Academy. In 1997, Rob was promoted
to the rank of Sergeant/Investigator. Rob was the lead investigator and
supervised all departmental investigations until 2006. In addition to his
supervisory duties as Sergeant, Rob directs the department's field
training program. Rob has numerous other certifications and specialized
training to his credit.
Sergeant/Investigator Paul Griffith - Serving Since
1996, he was appointed as a part-time Patrolman. In 1997, he accepted
a full-time position with the City of Hornell Police Department and
in 1998 he accepted a transfer back from Hornell to Alfred as a full-time
Patrolman. In 2006 Paul was promoted to the rank of
Sergeant/Investigator and took over all of the investigative duties from
Sergeant Billings. Paul's departmental assignments include
firearms instructor, general topics instructor, training coordinator, field
training officer, bicycle patrol, warrant officer, former ALERT officer
(Allegany Law Enforcement Response Team) and serves as the terminal
agency coordinator for various state law enforcement computer
programs. Paul has numerous other certifications and specialized training
to his credit and holds an Associate of Science Degree from
Vermilion Community College in Minnesota.
Tory Rounds - Serving Since 1997
appointed to full-time status in 1998. Tory's departmental assignments include bicycle patrol, field training officer, DWI and Vehicle & Traffic
Coordinator, and he is a former ALERT officer. In addition, Tory has numerous other certifications and specialized training to his credit. He
also serves part-time with the Wellsville and Willing Police Departments.
Patrolman Ryan McKee - Serving Since 2010
Ryan graduated from the Southern Tier Law Enforcement Academy and was appointed as a full time officer in 2010. Ryan's departmental
assigments include field training officer, bicycle patrol and evidence / property custodian.
Patrolman Dylan Burch - Serving Since 2013
Dylan graduated from the Chatauqua County Sheriff's Academy and was appointed as a full time officer in 2013. Dylan's departmental
assignments include bicycle patrol and field training officer. He also serves part-time with the Cuba and Friendship Police Departments.
James Rumfelt - Serving Since 2000
works part time for the Alfred University Public Safety Department..
John Dougherty - Serving Since 2002
Safety Department and part-time for the Wellsville Police Department.
Patrolman Charles Thompson - Serving Since 2012
Chuck was re-appointed as a part-time Patrolman in 2012; He previously served as part-time Patrolman from 1990 - 2000. He retired as
a Sergeant in 2012 from the Allegany County Sheriff's Office with over 30 years of service.
Patrolman Matthew Dodge
- Serving Since 2005
Wayne Minges - Serving Since 2005
and Sunny Hill Campground in Richburg, NY.
Patrolman Mark Woodworth - Serving Since 2006
Patrolman Mark Collins - Serving Since 2012
Mark was appointed as a part-time Patrolman in 2012.
Patrolman Cole Finnemore - Serving Since 2012
Cole was appointed as a part-time Patrolman in 2012; He serves full time as a Correction Officer for the Steuben County Sheriff's
Department and serves part-time for the Belmont Police Department.
Patrolman Brandon Austin - Serving Since 2013
Brandon was appointed as a part-time Patrolman in 2013; He works full time for the Alfred University Public Safety Department and
serves part-time for the Canisteo Police Department.
Wall of Honor - 20 Years of Service to the Village of Alfred
Lldon "Tiny" Jamison, Chief of Police - Serving 1966 - 1993
Robert W. Billings, Sergeant - Serving 1990 - present
Randal J. Belmont, Chief of Police - Serving 1974 - 1998
Bruce L. VanDruff, Sergeant - Serving 1976 - 1999
Timothy J. O'Grady, Chief of Police - Serving 1994 - 2014
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