05 Jan THANK YOU NYPD’S DEPUTY CHIEF CHARLES SCHOLL
DEPUTY CHIEF “MENTCH” SCHOLL RETIRES
A great friend of the Jewish community in Brooklyn is leaving his position as NYPD Executive Officer of Patrol Boro Brooklyn South.
After 41 years of dedicated service to the NYPD and the people of NYC, Deputy Chief Charles Scholl has departed the job he loved so much, to enjoy a well-deserved retirement.
Chief Scholl has spent his time with the NYPD patrolling the streets of Brooklyn and has received over 60 departmental recognitions. Throughout his illustrious career he not only enforced the law, but has made life long connections with the people in the communities he served. He is the epitome of what a leader and an NYPD officer should be.
It has been a privilege having him at Patrol Borough Brooklyn South, where he worked closely with major community organizations such as Hatzolah, Shomrim, Misaskim and Chaveirim. His face was a fixture at community functions and organizational events for decades. Always the one with a good joke, he had the keen ability to turn tense situations into a happier one. He had the ability to defuse situations quickly, and worked tirelessly on behalf of the people of Brooklyn.
FELDER, EICHENSTEIN, HONOR NYPD’S BELOVED CHIEF SCHOLL ON HIS RETIREMENT
On his last day in uniform, Senator Simcha Felder and Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein present NYPD Brooklyn South Chief Charles Scholl with proclamations honoring his 41 years of exemplary service to our city. Also pictured, NYPD Deputy Inspector Richie Taylor and Lieutenant Ira Jablonsky.
Chief Scholl spent his career working to make the streets of Brooklyn safer. Exponentially reducing crime and improving quality of life in the precincts he led, he received over 60 departmental recognitions. Chief Scholl became well known during his tenure, earning the respect of the people he served.