OFFICER LARRY BROWN - White Plains P.D.

Larry Brown has been a resident of White Plains since 1964. He attended school in the White Plains district and graduated from White Plains High School in 1970. While at White Plains High he excelled in track and field.
He attended Bradley University in illinois, where his major was liberal arts. After leaving Bradley, Larry worked for several years for the County of Westchester at Grasslands Hospital, now known as Westchester Medical Center.
For a short time he worked as a corrections officer at the Westchester County Department of Corrections.
In November of 1982, Larry was hired as a police officer for the City of White Plains. At one time or another Larry has worked in the detective division, records division, and warrants division. He has done background investigations for new applicants and has assisted in their recruitment.
He is currently assigned to the Patrol division, where he has been a sector car driver for a number of years. He has attended a number of training courses that better enabled him to perform his duties. He has received a number citations and acknowledgements during the course of his career.
For the past four years Larry has served as president of the WestchesterRockland Guardians. He has represented the organization at national conferences in Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Jamaica. He has also attended a number of regional seminars given by the Northeast National Black Police Association.
Larry is the blessed and proud father of four children. Komaphi, age 28, Shaahid, age 24, both currently living in North Carolina. Shaahid is a Sgt. in the U.S Marines. Allana, age 17, and Christina, age 14. Both reside in White Plains.
Larry is a member of Union Baptist Church in Greenburgh, N. Y. He is a past Master of Bright Hope Lodge #62 PHA., a member of Bright Hope Chapter #46 OES., and Pentecost Consistory #98 AASR. As well as a member of White Plains Volunteer Fire Dept., Hope Engine No. 1.



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