On Tuesday, Mansfield Police Chief Kenneth A. Coontz issued the following press release:
“Lieutenant Daniel W. Martincin announced his retirement from the Mansfield Police Department effective January 5, 2017.
Lieutenant Martincin was appointed to the department on March 18, 1989, promoted to Sergeant on February 12, 2007, and to Lieutenant on July 6, 2015.
As a new Patrol Officer for the Mansfield Police Department he was assigned to the Patrol Section and continued in the Patrol Section until his transfer to the Community Policing Section. After his promotion to Sergeant he supervised the Community Policing Section and later the Traffic Section until returning to the Community Services Bureau’s Patrol Section. Upon his promotion to Lieutenant he assumed the Watch Commander’s responsibilities of the Patrol Section’s Second Watch.
Among his numerous educational and training certificates he received throughout his career he was a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist and a Field Training Officer Supervisor.
Lieutenant Martincin’s retirement represents a loss to the Mansfield Division of Police and culminates a career that has exemplified the best qualities of a law enforcement professional. He is known for his hard work, dedication, and his services as an FOP Representative to his fellow officers for many years throughout his career. He has received numerous Special Commendation Awards and letters of recognition.
Dan has our congratulations on his retirement and our heartfelt thanks for his many years of loyal service. With wish him the greatest success and happiness in the future.”