New Chief of Police Sworn In For The Town of Ramapo

Daniel Hyman has been sworn in as the new Chief of the Town of Ramapo Police Department in a ceremony this week.

Chief Hyman started his law enforcement career in July 1987 when he entered the NYPD academy and served in the 26th precinct in Harlem. In October 1989, Hyman joined the Ramapo Police Department, where he has held various roles, including Field Training Officer, Adopt-a-Cop, FBI Firearms Instructor, and Community Policing Officer.

Rising through the ranks, Hyman was promoted to sergeant in 2003, where he managed the Emergency Communication Center. In 2010, he became a lieutenant, commanding a patrol squad and overseeing midnight patrols for many years. In 2017, Hyman was promoted to Administrative Lieutenant, becoming part of the Primary Command Staff. In 2019, he advanced to Operations Captain and, in 2021, became Chief of Staff Captain, the second in command of the Ramapo Police Department.

Hyman is a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, and the 2014 Leadership Rockland Program.

District Attorney Tom Walsh, Chief Assistant District Attorney Patrick Frawley, and Chief of Detectives Deirdre Smith attended the swearing in ceremony.

“We look forward to working with Chief Hyman and wish him all the best as he serves the residents of the Town of Ramapo,” they said.

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