Sergeant/Investigator Eric Calabrese has been serving the Seneca Falls community since August of 1997 when he was hired as a part-time police officer for the Village of Seneca Falls Police Department. He was hired as a full-time officer in April of 1998 and later promoted to the supervisory rank of sergeant in 2000. In December of 2012, he appointed to his current position of Sergeant/Investigator, which include investigating violent and major criminal offenses that occur within the Town of Seneca of Seneca Falls. Among his many responsibilities within the department, Sergeant/Investigator Calabrese serves as a certified Firearms Instructor, Aerosol Subject Restraint Instructor, TASER Instructor and a General Police Topics Instructor. He is a Glock Armorer for the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department, a position that includes maintenance of all service weapons within the department. He is also a certified evidence technician for the police department and holds certification in Crime Scene Management. Sergeant/Investigator Calabrese has successfully completed additional training in Basic Criminal Investigations School, Search Warrant Training School, Interview and Interrogation Training, and Tactical Response to School Crisis Training. He is a graduate of Cayuga Community College, having attained an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Sergeant/Investigator Calabrese received his academy training at the Finger Lakes Law Enforcement Academy and training as a police supervisor from the Monroe County Public Safety Training Center.
Latest Press Releases
- 2 Women Accused of Stealing from Local SF Liquor Store May 29, 2014
- Complaint of Man Passed Out In Vehicle Leads to Felony DWI Arrest May 29, 2014
- Woman Accused of Stealing From Town Resident's Home May 28, 2014