Gregory Rudolph, Sheriff - Wyoming County

 

  David P. Linder, Undersheriff 

Education/Training: Greg holds an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice from Genesee Community College and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1994-1997 most of which was aboard the USS John F. Kennedy. 

Career: Gregory J. Rudolph was appointed by Sheriff Heimann on August 31, 2009.  Greg has been with the Wyoming County Sheriff's Office since 2001 with the last four years assigned as Patrol Sergeant. He started his law enforcement career at the Attica Police Department in 1997 and had a two year stint with the then Immigration and Naturalization Service as a Detention Enforcement Officer.  

Honors and Achievements: In 2006, Greg was awarded the Law Enforcement Purple Heart by former Wyoming County Sheriff Farris Heimann. In 2007, Greg was honored by both the National Sheriffs' Association and the New York State Sheriffs' Association as "Deputy of the Year." At the National Sheriffs' Association ceremony he was also awarded the "Medal of Valor."  

Personal: Greg is a member of SS Joachim and Anne Church in Attica, Attica Lions Club, American Legion Post in Attica and the Warsaw Veterans' Club. Greg and his wife, Pam have two children and reside in the Village of Attica. 

County Seat: Warsaw, NY
Population: 42,155
Area: 596 square miles

151 N. Main Street, Warsaw, NY 14569
585 786-8989
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