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City Police Chief William R. Hall Retires

by City of North Tonawanda
Wed, Jul 19th 2017 10:00 am
NORTH TONAWANDA-City of North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur G. Pappas is announcing Police Chief William R. Hall is officially retired from service with the City as of tomorrow, Thursday, July 20th
Hall has served the City of North Tonawanda for the past 32 years, with the last 4 years as Chief of the department. In  his many years as a Police Officer, Chief Hall rose through the ranks including Assistant SWAT Team Leader, Detective and Captain/Chief of Detectives.
Throughout his career, Chief Hall has received numerous accolades and letters of commendation. In 1999, he received a letter of gratitude from the United States Secret Service for his leadership in a narcotics and counterfeit money investigation. He was named North Tonawanda Police Department's Officer of the Year in 2005 and was honored as Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by Tonawanda's Exchange Club later that same year. In 2010, he was honored with the 25 Years of Service Award from the New York Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officers.
"Chief Hall has served this community with great distinction and professionalism," said Mayor Pappas. "It has been a pleasure working alongside Chief Hall in my time as Mayor. I certainly hope the best for him in retirement and after 32 years, I'm sure he deserves it."
"I just want to say, it was an honor to serve the community and the citizens of North Tonawanda," said Chief Hall.