SGT. WADE HARDY - White Plains Police Dept.

Wade Hardy is a sergeant with the White Plains Police Department. He has been on the force for 14-1/2 years. During his tenure, Sergeant Hardy has been a patrol officer, and then was assigned to the Vice Contul Unit, where he worked for approxi mately 1 0 years. During that time he was involved in numerous undercove, cases, which lead to the arrests and convictions of many street level drug dealers.
One of his main goals during this time was to improve the quality of life for tim families of Winbrook Housing Complex. He was promotod to second grade detective before he was assigned to the DEA Task Force for 2 1/2 years. While working in the DEA, he was involved in the investigation, arrests and convictions of drug dealers trafficking drugs into the country. He recently was appointed sergeant in August of 2000. He continues to work in his current capacity as sergeant in the patrol division.
Wade grew up in Greenburgh and is a graduate of Woodlands High School. He also attended New York Institute of Technology. He is married with two children and resides in White Plains.



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