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2017 Honoree:Chief of Police Martin Flatley

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Golf Outing Honoree: Chief Martin Flatley
Chief Martin Flatley was born and raised in Mattituck as one of four children to William and Jane Flatley. Chief Flatley, as did his siblings, all attended Sacred Heart School, now known as Our Lady of Mercy Regional
School. In the Mattituck neighborhood that Chief Flatley grew up in, the families who lived there not only helped to build the school, but along with the majority of the other school aged children that lived in the area, they were also able to fill all of the classrooms.
The Chief remembers his class in particular, as one of the largest to ever go through all of the grades at Sacred Heart School, with
as many as 52 students in one classroom, with one nun teaching all of these students.
After completing four years of secondary education at Mercy High School in Riverhead, Chief Flatley went on to attend King’s College in Pennsylvania and received a degree in Criminal Justice, completing a total of 16 years of a Catholic education.
In 1980 Chief Flatley became a police officer with the Southold Town Police Department, and after five years in Patrol he was promoted to a detective, where he spent the next 11 years at this rank, including three years assigned to the District Attorney’s Narcotics Task Force. In 1998 Chief Flatley attended the prestigious FBI’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia for four months with select law enforcement professionals from all over the world. Chief Flatley was promoted to the rank of sergeant and subsequently rose through each supervisory rank until being named Chief of Southold Town Police Department in 2011.
Chief Flatley was married in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church to his wife, Susan, with whom he will be celebrating 35 years of marriage this summer. The Flatley’s have raised two sons, and now have two daughter-in- laws and two granddaughters.
Chief Flatley is a true testament to the value of a Catholic Education and the proud honoree for Our Lady of Mercy Regional School’s 22 nd Annual Golf Outing.

Golf Outing Honoree: Chief Martin Flatley Chief Martin Flatley was born and raised in Mattituck as one of four
children to William and Jane Flatley. Chief Flatley, as did his siblings, all attended
Sacred Heart School, now known as Our Lady of Mercy Regional School. In the
Mattituck neighborhood that Chief Flatley grew up in, the families who lived there
not only helped to build the school, but along with the majority of the other school
aged children that lived in the area, they were also able to fill all of the classrooms.

The Chief remembers his class in particular, as one of the largest to ever go
through all of the grades at Sacred Heart School, with as many as 52 students in
one classroom, with one nun teaching all of these students.
After completing four years of secondary education at Mercy High School in
Riverhead, Chief Flatley went on to attend King’s College in Pennsylvania and
received a degree in Criminal Justice, completing a total of 16 years of a Catholic
education.

In 1980 Chief Flatley became a police officer with the Southold Town Police
Department, and after five years in Patrol he was promoted to a detective, where he
spent the next 11 years at this rank, including three years assigned to the District
Attorney’s Narcotics Task Force. In 1998 Chief Flatley attended the prestigious
FBI’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia for four months with select law
enforcement professionals from all over the world. Chief Flatley was promoted to
the rank of sergeant and subsequently rose through each supervisory rank until
being named Chief of Southold Town Police Department in 2011.

Chief Flatley was married in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church to his wife,
Susan, with whom he will be celebrating 35 years of marriage this summer. The
Flatley’s have raised two sons, and now have two daughter-in- laws and two
granddaughters.
Chief Flatley is a true testament to the value of a Catholic Education and the
proud honoree for Our Lady of Mercy Regional School’s 22 nd Annual Golf Outing.

Golf Outing Honoree: Chief Martin Flatley Chief Martin Flatley was born and raised in Mattituck as one of four
children to William and Jane Flatley. Chief Flatley, as did his siblings, all attended
Sacred Heart School, now known as Our Lady of Mercy Regional School. In the
Mattituck neighborhood that Chief Flatley grew up in, the families who lived there
not only helped to build the school, but along with the majority of the other school
aged children that lived in the area, they were also able to fill all of the classrooms.

The Chief remembers his class in particular, as one of the largest to ever go
through all of the grades at Sacred Heart School, with as many as 52 students in
one classroom, with one nun teaching all of these students.
After completing four years of secondary education at Mercy High School in
Riverhead, Chief Flatley went on to attend King’s College in Pennsylvania and
received a degree in Criminal Justice, completing a total of 16 years of a Catholic
education.

In 1980 Chief Flatley became a police officer with the Southold Town Police
Department, and after five years in Patrol he was promoted to a detective, where he
spent the next 11 years at this rank, including three years assigned to the District
Attorney’s Narcotics Task Force. In 1998 Chief Flatley attended the prestigious
FBI’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia for four months with select law
enforcement professionals from all over the world. Chief Flatley was promoted to
the rank of sergeant and subsequently rose through each supervisory rank until
being named Chief of Southold Town Police Department in 2011.

Chief Flatley was married in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church to his wife,
Susan, with whom he will be celebrating 35 years of marriage this summer. The
Flatley’s have raised two sons, and now have two daughter-in- laws and two
granddaughters.
Chief Flatley is a true testament to the value of a Catholic Education and the
proud honoree for Our Lady of Mercy Regional School’s 22 nd Annual Golf Outing.

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