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Chief Michael Schreyer has served with the Town of Camillus Police Department since 2007. Chief Schreyer began his career in law enforcement in 2005 with the Town of Clay Police Department. During his career, Chief Schreyer has served as a road patrol officer, detective, road patrol sergeant, and criminal investigations sergeant. Chief Schreyer has served as a field training officer, evidence technician, a crash reconstructionist and a member of the department’s Honor Guard and Emergency Services Team. Chief Schreyer is a NYS DCJS approved Master Instructor and continues to be actively involved in police training whether it is hosting, coordinating, or providing instruction for various courses.

Chief Schreyer grew up in the Town of Camillus, is a graduate of West Genesee High School and was a Criminal Justice student at Onondaga Community College. Chief Schreyer holds various law enforcement and instructor certifications and is a recipient of several awards.

Chief Schreyer is a member of numerous professional organizations to include the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association, the Onondaga County Chapter of Chiefs of Police, Central New York Chiefs of Police Association, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.


Chief Schreyer is a resident of Onondaga County, is married and has two children.

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