Dennis N. Griffin
Dennis N. Griffin was born in Rome, New York in 1945. He also joined the U. S. Navy in 1962. After being honorably discharged in 1966, he returned to New York that was central. He's married and has four children.
Mr. Griffin began his career in investigations and law enforcement in 1975, when Pinkerton, Inc. hired . . .him as a detective. His duties included undercover operations, as well as insurance fraud, missing persons, financial and background investigations.
Back in 1979 that the Madison County, New York Department of Social Services hired him as a Senior Child Support Divorce. He was responsible for locating and conducting financial analyses of men failing to provide legally mandated child care.
In 1981 he entered the Madison County Sheriff's Department, also attained the rank of sergeant. He had been general public information officer and a shift manager. For the Village of Chittenango Police Department, he moonlighted as a part-time patrolman during precisely the.
In 1987 Mr. Griffin was hired from the New York State Department of Health as Director of Investigations, Wadsworth Center. The unit's main mission was supposed to investigate violations of the Public Health Law relating to environmental and clinical laboratories, and healthcare fraud. He had been responsible for hiring and training researchers, case assignments and basic supervision. Additionally, he handled the investigations that were difficult and complex. A number of these cases received both local and national media attention. He retired in 1995.
Back in 1996, Dennis was supposed to be retired, but chose to tell the story of what he heard while exploring the operation of a medical examiner's office. It had been an eye-opening encounter and he felt compelled to discuss it. Dennis penned a fictionalized account called, The Morgue. However, readers did not believe a
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