03.13.15

SCHUMER ANNOUNCES ROCKLAND COUNTY RESIDENT MICHAEL GRECO UNANIMOUSLY CONFIRMED TO BE THE NEXT U.S. MARSHAL FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK — WILL NOW BE THE FIRST LATINO TO HOLD THIS PRESTIGIOUS & VITAL POST IN SDNY

Schumer Recommended Greco to President Obama, Who Officially Nominated Him for the Position in November 2014

 

Greco, a First Responder on 9/11, Currently Lives in Rockland County & Serves as Lieutenant of the NYS Police – Greco Has 32 Years of Law Enforcement Experience

 

Schumer: Greco Embodies Best Qualities of Law Enforcement Professional & Will Be Smart, Fair, Exemplary U.S. Marshal in SDNY

 

Today, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced, upon his recommendation and President Obama’s nomination, Michael Greco has been unanimously confirmed by the Senate to serve as the next United States Marshal for the Southern District of New York. Schumer, who is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee that has jurisdiction over U.S. Marshal confirmations, had previously recommended Greco to President Obama. President Obama officially nominated Greco for the position in November 2014. Schumer said that Greco will now be the first Latino to hold the prestigious and vital U.S. Marshal post in the Southern District of New York. Greco currently serves as Lieutenant to the New York State Police and was also a first responder on September 11, 2001.

 

“I am thrilled that Lt. Michael Greco has been unanimously confirmed by the Senate and will now serve as U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of New York,” said Schumer. “Michael has all of the attributes needed to be a tremendous law enforcement professional – he is thorough, fair, and has a passionate commitment to an impartial application of the law. Michael has served his country with honor and excellence, having been a first responder on 9/11 and so much more in the realm of public service. This vote demonstrates that members of both parties recognize that Lt. Greco’s qualifications are exemplary and that his experience will serve well the people of the Southern District of New York.”

 

Michael Greco currently serves as Lieutenant of the New York State Police, a position he has held since 2007. Lt. Greco is a 32-year veteran with the New York State Police and has worked through the ranks, holding positions of Trooper, Sergeant, Station Commander, Investigator, Senior Investigator and finally, Lieutenant. He served as Sergeant, and then Station Commander, in Troop F (Middletown, Orange County and Palisades, Rockland County) and Troop K (Hawthorne, Westchester County). He was then appointed to the position of Investigator with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI).  After about two years assigned to a “squad,” Greco was transferred to the elite New York Drug Enforcement Task Force in New York City. In this capacity, he worked many high profile cases while assigned to the “REDRUM” Group, investigating drug-related homicides and violent crimes. As Senior Investigator, Lt. Greco was assigned to the southern region of New York State attached to the Office of Human Resources. In this capacity, he oversaw all EEO-related investigations within the New York State Police in his assigned region.

 

In his current position, Lt. Greco serves as the New York State Police’s interagency liaison in New York City.  In this capacity, he has a myriad of responsibilities with the NYPD, in addition to NYC law enforcement agencies on the local, state and federal levels. During Lt. Greco’s career, he has earned numerous awards and citations including eight Superintendent’s Commendations and the Trooper William V. McDonagh Community Service Award.  Lt. Greco was also a first responder on September 11, 2001 and subsequently received a Superintendent’s Commendation for his life-saving efforts at Ground Zero. Additionally, he has received the Drug Enforcement Administration’s “Award of Honor” and a variety of community service awards including the NAACP “Unsung Hero” Humanitarian Award.

 

Lt. Greco has roots in the SDNY as he is a Bronx native and currently resides in Rockland County with his wife and four children. He received his Associate’s Degree in 2012 from Excelsior College.

 

 

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