Chief Noble began his law enforcement career as a Police Officer in the City of White Plains in 1993. He subsequently transferred to the Yorktown Police Department, and began his YPD career on April 6, 1994.While a patrolman, he was awarded the Meritorious Police Duty Award, and several commendations from his supervisors. Chief Noble was promoted to the rank of sergeant on February 20, 2001. His responsibilities included training, directing, supervising and evaluating personnel in their assigned duties.While a sergeant, he was assigned as the Assistant to the Patrol Division Commander in 2004. Chief Noble was promoted to the rank of lieutenant on April 6, 2005. He would serve as the Patrol Division Commander, overseeing the day to day operations of the Patrol Division from 2005-2015. In 2015, Chief Noble was assigned as the Operations Commander, overseeing the Detective Bureau and coordinating all Yorktown Police Department in service training programs. While a lieutenant, Chief Noble was assigned as the Program Manager for the Yorktown Police Department Accreditation Program, successfully coordinating the achievement of Accreditation in 2006, 2011, and 2016.
In 2015, he attended and successfully completed the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar held in Princeton,New Jersey.Chief Noble is especially proud of his service to both the Yorktown community and to his fellow police officers. He served as President of the Yorktown PBA in 1998. While a member of the PBA, he served as a Trustee from 2000-2004, negotiations committee member from 1996-2005, and was the Toys for Tots coordinator from 1996-2004. Upon joining the Yorktown SOA in 2005, he served as President of the Association from 2005-2013. Community involvement includes many years of service to the Shrub Oak Athletic Club (SOAC) . Chief Noble served as the Director of the SOAC Girls Basketball Program for six years. He was a SOAC Board Member, and coached several different youth sports over a fifteen year period for SOAC. Chief Noble is a member of the Alliance for Safe Kids Community Advisory Board.Fraternal club affiliations include the Westchester County Emerald Society, The Yorktown Elks Club, and the FBI Mid Atlantic Law Enforcement Executive Development Association. He recently was awarded a Paul Harris fellowship by the Yorktown Rotary Club.
“The people of Yorktown should know that their police department takes great pride in protecting and serving its residents. As Chief of Police, I am proud to work with the dedicated and talented professionals who fill our ranks, as well as our non-sworn staff. The Yorktown Police Department is the backbone of Yorktown. I am proud of our existing community partnerships, and look forward to creating new ones.Please join us at our community events, like our Coffee with a Cop days. Stop by and say hello to the PBA members who work the grill every year at the annual Yorktown Relay for Life. You will hear me say more than once “help us, help you”. Please refer to our Yorktown Police website, as well as our Yorktown Police Department Facebook site, for current law enforcement information. Yorktown is a special and safe place to live, work, and raise a family. We aim to keep it that way.