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Police Station Address
Ardsley Police Department
507 Ashford Ave
Ardsley, NY 10502
Westchester County

About the Ardsley Police
The principle responsibility of the Ardsley Police Department is the protection of life and property within the Village of Ardsley. This is accomplished through the enforcement of laws and coordination of emergency services provided by other Village departments and outside agencies. Officers are trained in law, emergency first-aid, self-defense, handling firearms, traffic control, crime detection, and other related fields. The concept of protection of life and property includes the maintenance of community peace and tranquility, which is accomplished through countless services provided by the Police Department on a priority basis and as time and manpower permit. While the police officer's legal functions center upon law enforcement, his primary product is SERVICE in the interest of maintaining a community for better living.

For routine service, questions, or to report an incident that is routine in nature, please use the main number (914) 693-1700. For emergencies (fire, police, ambulance), dial 911. It is important that you use 911 ONLY in an emergency. To insure a prompt response by the Police, Fire, or Ambulance units, please see to it that your house number is conspicuously posted.

The Village of Ardsley wants to keep our kids as safe as possible. Parents and children, if you observe or know of any illegal activities taking place, particularly pertaining to underage drinking or substance abuse, please call the Ardsley Police Department main number - 693-1700 - and ask for Community Police Officer Anthony Vacca. Your call will remain confidential. Officer Vacca is working with our Youth Advocate to increase the village's prevention activities in town, at our parks and in our schools and they are reaching out to kids and parents for help. Officer Vacca will address every call with sensitivity and discretion, and all calls will remain confidential and, if you choose, anonymous.

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Location: Ardsley

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