Geneva Police Chief Mike Passalacqua is retiring.
The man who has served as the city’s top cop since 2018 is retiring in June 2023.
He let city officials know about his intention as they were going through the budget process, according to the Finger Lakes Times.
Passalacqua has been in law enforcement for 20 years.
He confirmed to the Times that he will retire in June 2023. “For now, I am focused on continuing to lead this police department as I have since 2018,” Passalacqua added.
He started his career in June 2003 with the Geneva Police Department. He was promoted to sergeant in 2011, then lieutenant in 2017. He was appointed chief in 2018 after former chief Jeff Trickler retired.
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