Legislator Muratore Recognizes Correction Officer Brian Baisley at His Retirement Celebration

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From left to right-Suffolk County Legislator Tom Muratore, retired Correction Officer Brian Baisley, and Vito Dagnello. Past President, Suffolk County Correction Officers Association.

Legislator Tom Muratore recently attended an event in Riverhead to celebrate the retirement of Suffolk County Correction Officer Lieutenant Brian Baisley. A proclamation was presented to Lt. Baisley on behalf of Legislator Muratore and his colleague, Legislator Leslie Kennedy.
Brian Baisley, a Wading River resident, joined the Sheriff’s Office in 1981. Throughout his career as a Suffolk County Correction Officer, he has achieved many accomplishments. He was the first Correction Officer Investigator Sergeant that served as the Executive Officer and then the Commanding Officer of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Internal Affairs Bureau (SCSO/IAB). As Commanding Officer of IAB, Brian oversaw, supervised and conducted hundreds of administrative investigations. Brian also proved his innovation and forward thinking by establishing an “Inmate Hotline,” as well as incorporating various computer systems, equipment and training at the SCSO/IAB.
“Brian Baisley’s hard work and innovation has left its benchmark on the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, and I’m sure he will be missed by many,” stated Legislator Muratore. “It was a pleasure recognizing him and saying “thanks” for his years of commitment to law enforcement. I wish him all the best in his retirement.”

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