The annual Officer of The Year Award is given by the local Lion's Club of the quad village
area. The Villages represented are  Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, and Tarrytown. Each
year an officer is selected for their service to their community and fellow citizens. We are
proud of all our officers and join the Lions Club in recognizing the efforts and
accomplishments of these fine officers.
Past Honorees

Sergeant John Pelliccio 2012

Detective Luigi Osso 2011

Police Officer Mia Norton 2010

Police Officer Jim Egloff 2009

Lieutenant Michael Morano 2008

Sergeant Raube McDaniels 2007

Police Officer Michael Toolan 2006

Police Officer Steven Delli Colli 2005

Police Officer Kevin Johnson 2004

Police Officer Michael Buck 2003

Sergeant Michael Cerone 2002

Police Officer Michael Foley 2001

Police Officer William DePonto 2000

Police Officer Peter Carelli 1999

Sergeant  Louis Grieco 1998
Officer of the Year
Honorees
Officer Peter Carelli
Officer of the Year
1999
Officer Louis Grieco
Officer of the Year
1998
Officer William DePonto
Officer of the Year
2000
Officer Michael Foley
Officer of the Year
2001
Officer Michael Cerone
Officer of the Year
2002
Officer Michael Buck
Officer of the Year
2003
Officer Kevin Johnson
Officer of the Year
2004
Officer Steven DelliColli
Officer of the Year
2005
Officer Michael Toolan
Officer of the Year
2006
Officer Raube McDaniels
Officer of the Year
2007
Officer Michael Morano
Officer of the Year
2008
Officer Jim Egloff
Officer of the Year
2009
Officer Mia Norton
Officer of the Year
2010
2013 Officer of the Year
Officer John Pelliccio
Officer of the Year
2012
Officer Luigi Osso
Officer of the Year
2011
Police Officer Edmund Vize
has been with the Irvington Police Department since September
1988. Officer Vize was raised in Mount Vernon and graduated from
Mount Vernon High School in 1977. He attended and graduated from
Iona College in 1981 and prior to his police career, worked with Dean
Witter Reynolds in New York City.

Since his arrival in Irvington, PO Vize has fostered a good working
relationship with the public and his co-workers. Po Vize is currently
working with the Irvington Senior Citizen community as the
department's liaison.

Officer Vize comes from a police family. Ed's brother, John Vize is
currently a Lieutenant with the New Castle Police Department.
Younger brother Alfred Vize is retired after 26 years of service with
the Mt Vernon and Town of Mamaroneck Police Departments. Officer
Vize's niece Jennifer Vize is currently and officer with the
Westchester County Department of Public Safety and Officer Vize's
nephew Danny Vize was a proud member of the Mt Vernon Police
Department.

Officer Vize has been married for 27 years to his wife Marie and is
the proud father of two children, his daughter Diana, 26 and his son
John, 17.