Chief William Luciano
|Years active||1959 to 1994 |
|Home town||Englewood, NJ|
|Known for||Police Chief, Englewood|
William Luciano was Chief of the Englewood Police Department from 1981-1994.  Chief Luciano grew up in a modest frame house on Humphrey Street, a few yards from his official office. . As a youth, he played football for Dwight Morrow High School in the '50's.  He was hired by the EPD, July 16, 1959, after rereturning from a two year stint in the Military. . Luciano started out as a foot patrolman and was later shifted to motorcycle patrol for five years. He was promoted to sergeant in 1967, lieutenant in 1971, captain in 1978, and deputy chief in 1979.  He became permanent police chief in 1992 when the city did away with a public-safety director, Don Rowan who headed all of Englewood's uniformed forces for ten years.