Mark Murray












Rank: Chief

Serving Since: 2003 Potsdam Police Department

Higher Education: BA Degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice, SUNY Potsdam


Departmental Assignments & Specialized Training:
Department Administration, Major Investigations, Arson Investigation, Juvenile Officer, Evidence Technician, Field Intelligence Officer, Digital Evidence, Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation, Field Training Officer, Money Laundering Investigation, Drug Identification, Crime Scene Photography, Animal Cruelty Investigation, Drug Investigations, Death Notifications, Sex Offense Investigation, Interview and Interrogation Techniques, Verbal Judo, Response to Active Shooters, Street Survival, DWI Detection & Apprehension, General Topics Instructor, Project Save and Second Step School Violence Prevention and Intervention, Child Abuse & Neglect Investigation, Child Fatality Investigation, Suicide Prevention.


Personal Knowledge, Skills, Achievements:
General Topics Instructor at the David Sullivan Police Academy, Presidentís List at SUNY Potsdam, Grand Cordon Award, Life Saving Award, New York State Juvenile Officer Association, Verbal Judo - Tactical Communications Instructor

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