Allen Riley, Sheriff
John Ball, Undersheriff
North Court St, PO Box 16, Wampsville, NY 13163
315 366-2318
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Education/Training: Sheriff Riley attended SUNY Morrisville and was accepted into the New York State Police Academy in 1982. He has received training in evidence handling, DNA collection, interrogation & interview, casino due diligence, anthrax training, clandestine labs, domestic violence, sexual harassment, hostage/critical incident command, hazardous materials, U.S. Customs narcotics officer - cross designation. 

 

Career: Sheriff Riley had 27 years of experience in law enforcement with the New York State Police when he retired in September 2009 to run in a special November election for Sheriff of Madison County.  As a member of the State Police, Sheriff Riley served as a Criminal Investigator, Gaming Unit Investigator, and a Uniformed Trooper.  In 1984, he was selected to be a K-9 handler. He handled both narcotics and explosive detection dogs during his 18 years as a K-9 handler. He has worked on details such as the World Trade Center attack, Sarah Ann Wood detail, State Fair details and numerous search and rescue details.

 

Personal: Sheriff Allen Riley is a lifelong resident of Madison County. Sheriff Riley resides in southern Madison County with his wife and two daughters. They own and operate a 110-acre pasture based beef operation.

 

County Seat: Wampsville, NY
Population: 73,442
Area: 662 square miles