It took months of searching and getting final approval through civil service, but the Palmyra Village Board has found and appointed what Mayor David Husk has who he considers the perfect match as Palmyra Village Police Chief.
Kyle DiNardo resides with his wife and three children in Macedon. He currently serves as a Wayne County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer (SRO) in the Lyons School District. Mayor Husk said Kyle will begin his new job on October 24.
He attended high school at Red Jacket High School in Shortsville. Dinardo, with an impressive police history began his career in Police Basic Training with the Little Falls Police Academy. He has a Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Finger Lakes Community College, a Bachelor Degree from SUNY Cortland and is currently working on his Masters Degree in Public Administration.
DiNardo also currently serves as the Village of Interlaken Police Chief, several days per month in the capacity of completing paperwork for the department.
He has also served in the Village of Dryden Police, Cazenovia Police, Cortland County Fire Investigator Office and EMT (Emergency Medical Technician for the Homer Fire Department. He is currently a NYS Fire/Arson Investigator-Level 2 Some of his many impressive training certificates include: Screenings of Persons by Observational Techniques, Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings, Highway/Rural Drug Investigation Patrol Drug Investigation, DWI Detection and SFST Refresher Course, Radar and Lidar
certified, Datamaster Certified, Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving - Enforcement (ARIDE), Search Warrant writing, Patrol response to active shooting, Team Tactics response to active shooter, Command Response to Active shooter, Commanding the Emergency Scene, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement level 1, Interview and Interrogation, Sex crimes Investigations, Instructor Development Course, Interview and Interrogation and Evidence room management.
“I’m hoping Kyle will put back trust and integrity in the Department. We will be on a good course with him. As an SRO I am sure he will build a good relation with the Palmyra-Macedon School District,” said Mayor Husk.