Sgt. Timothy Snyder has been serving the Seneca Falls community since September of 2000, when he was hired as a police dispatcher for the Village of Seneca Falls Police Department. Sgt. Snyder was then hired to the position of police officer in June 2001 and later promoted to the supervisory rank of sergeant in August of 2010. Sgt. Snyder is certified as an evidence technician for the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department, which includes certification in police and crime scene photography along with latent print processing. He also holds certification in Law Enforcement Bicycle Patrol and is an instructor for the department’s side handle baton training program. Sgt. Snyder 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. He holds additional training in Tactical Response to School Crisis Training and Introduction to the Incident Command System. He is a five-time recipient of the STOP-DWI Officer of the Year Award. Sgt. Snyder is also a two-time recipient of the Life Saving Award, given to a police officer that goes above and beyond the performance of his or her official duties in order to save an individual’s life.
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