Secretary to the Sheriff
 provides secretarial assistance to both the Sheriff and Undersheriff. She also performs many clerical tasks for all divisions of the department while helping the Sheriff with budgeting.
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Wyoming County Sheriff's Office
Warsaw, New York
Administrative Division

Sheriff Gregory J. Rudolph was elected Wyoming County Sheriff January 1, 2014 and was the Acting Sheriff for the last five months of 2013.  He started his career with the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office in 2001 and has held the ranks of Deputy Sheriff, Patrol Sergeant and Undersheriff.  Sheriff Rudolph’s law enforcement career began with the Attica Police Department in 1997 and had a two year stint with the then Immigration and Naturalization Service as a Detention Enforcement Officer.  Greg holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Genesee Community College and has acquired numerous other college courses and law enforcement training in his career.  In 2006, Greg was awarded the Law Enforcement Purple Heart by then 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.”  Greg is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy and served mostly aboard the USS John F. Kennedy.  Greg has two children and resides in the Village of Attica.

David P. Linder

Undersheriff David P. Linder has been with the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office since 1993, with the last five years being assigned to the Patrol Division as Captain. Before that he spent 12 years as a sergeant working on the road patrol and overseeing the Civil Division.  He started his law enforcement career with the Warsaw Police Department being hired as a full time officer in 1991; he also worked several years as a part-time officer for the Arcade Police Department. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Buffalo State College in Criminal Justice. David and his wife, Ann have two children and reside in Strykersville.

Gregory J. Rudolph