Officers Retire from Police Department

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Officers Retire from Police Department
Officers Retire from Police Department

Lieutenant Reese Riley and Sergeant Deborah Shumaker have retired from the Livingston Police Department, Chief Gary Marshuetz has announced.

Lt. Riley retired, effective March 1, after 26 years of service. He began his career with the LPD in 1994 after graduating from the Morris County Police Academy. He attained the rank of Sergeant in 2003, and was assigned as a road supervisor.

In 2017, Riley was promoted to lieutenant and was a shift commander until becoming the Operation Division supervisor in 2018. During this time, he was in charge of the Traffic Division, the Auxiliary Police, Animal Control, and crossing guards. Lt. Riley was honored as “Officer of the Year” by the Livingston Chamber of Commerce in 2019.



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