NYPD’s 104th Precinct welcomes new commanding officer

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The NYPD’s 104th Precinct welcomed a new commanding officer, Captain Louron Hall, on Monday, Sept. 21.

Captain Hall has been in the police force since 2002, and has served on 32nd, 73rd, 77th, 107th and 100th Precincts. Before the 104th, Captain Hall served as the Commanding Officer of the Rockaway’s 100th Precinct since 2018.

The 104th Precinct Civilian Observation Patrol (G-COP) wrote that they’re looking forward to the new leadership.

“We look forward to working with him and wish DI Perry all the best in her new role,” they wrote in a Facebook post.

The precinct, which covers Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village, and Maspeth, was previously under the leadership of Deputy Inspector Victoria C. Perry for one year. D.I. Perry will be moving to Manhattan to work at Community Affairs with Chief Jeff Maddrey.

“Today was my last day as Commanding Officer of the 104th precinct,” D.I. Perry wrote in a Facebook post on Monday. “I would like to thank the community, my Supervisors, Detectives, Cops and Civilian members of the service for all their hard work and dedication. You guys have been amazing and I will always have a special place in my heart for each and every one of you. There is a saying that ‘all good things come to an end;’ but I disagree… I like to say ‘all good things become great memories.’ Take care of one another and stay safe!”