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Hamilton, Hansen Earn Officer of Year Honors From East Hampton Departments

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Officer William Hamilton was awarded the East Hampton Town Police Department's Ryan P. Lynch Police Officer of the Year award for 2023. DOUG KUNTZ

Officer William Hamilton was awarded the East Hampton Town Police Department's Ryan P. Lynch Police Officer of the Year award for 2023. DOUG KUNTZ

authorMichael Wright on Feb 21, 2024
The East Hampton Town Police Department has awarded its annual Ryan P. Lynch Police Officer of the Year Award to Officer Willam Hamilton for 2023. In just his sophomore year... more

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