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Police Department, Croton-on-Hudson


Croton-on-Hudson

Westchester County


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914-271-5177
 

Police Station Address
Croton-on-Hudson Police Department
Stanley H. Kellerhouse Municipal Building
1 Van Wyck Street
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Westchester County

About the Croton-on-Hudson Police
The Village of Croton-on-Hudson is approximately five square miles. The Croton River and Hudson River meet and form the village boundaries to the South, East and West. The Village topography includes low lying areas along the Hudson River and Route 9; the Croton River Gorge; and a plateau at the Village's northern boundary that reaches elevations up to 600 feet within a mile of the Hudson.

The Department has a Dive Team and an Emergency Response Team. The officers assigned to these teams have attended specialized schools and train on a monthly basis in addition to their regular duties. Other programs sponsored by the Croton Police Department include DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and a "Dark House List" - Citizens inform police before they leave their homes for vacations or extended absences in order to alert of officers to keep a watchful eye for possible burglars. The Auxiliary Police is a group of volunteers who assist the Croton Police Department with crowd and traffic control at parades or other special events. A Youth Officer is available to handle problems with the youth of the community in a professional, confidential manner, in an office away from the central police area of the building.

All Croton Police Officers are trained in C.P.R. and first aid and patrol cars are equipped with Automated Electronic Defibrillators. Typical response time to emergency calls is 3 minutes or less! The department is equipped with two four-wheel drive vehicles to ensure timely delivery of police services in winter weather.

Emergencies dial 911
24-Hour Tip Information HOTLINE: Call 914-271-0706 to leave information about a crime or incident that happens in the Village that you feel may require police follow-up. Callers may leave a message on the Hot Line answering machine and may remain anonymous if they so desire. The detective division will review all calls.

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Location: Croton-on-Hudson

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