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Police Department, Harrison


Harrison

Westchester County


10528, Police Station Address, Harrison Police Department, Harrison, NY, About the Harrison Police, Child Safety Seats, Identity Theft, Preventing Burglary, Safety Tips for Seniors, Domestic Violence, AMBER Alert, DARE, law enforcement Police Department, Harrison

914-967-5111
 

Police Station Address
Harrison Police Department
650 North Street
Corner of North Street & Pleasant Ridge Road
Harrison, NY 10528
Westchester County

Harrison is both a Town and Village in Westchester County and is located 22 miles north of Manhattan. Harrison is approximately 17.4 square miles.

Mission Statement
"We, the members of the Harrison Police Department, strive to enhance the quality of life in the Town of Harrison by working cooperatively with the public and within the framework of the U.S. Constitution to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, and provide for a safe environment while also providing the most responsive, highest quality police service possible."

About the Harrison Police

The core values of the Harrison Police Department are:

    Integrity
    Professionalism
    Obligation
    Leadership
    Courage
    Excellence

Press blue button for links to the following programs:
    Child Safety Seats
    New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law requires child safety seats for all children until their 8th birthday. To select the correct protection for your child, carefully read the recommendations of child safety seat or child restraint manufacturers. The recommendations tell you what age weight and height a child can be to use the seat or system. Please contact the Traffic Division at 914-967-7460 to make an appointment with one of our Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians, who will assist you with the installation of your child safety seat.

    Identity Theft
    Identity theft is becoming a major problem in today’s day and age. People have become more lenient with their personal belongings and it is leading to more fraud. There are various ways that you can prevent Identity Theft.

    Preventing Burglary
    Burglars go through neighborhoods searching for minor details that go unnoticed to most people. Unknowingly, we sometimes make it too easy for burglars to break into our homes. Review burglary prevention tips to keep you, your family and your home safe.

    Safety Tips for Seniors
    As people grow older, a lifetime of experience combined with physical problems associated with aging often make senior citizens fearful. Although they may be on the look out for burglary and physical attack, they’re not always as cautious for crimes such as con games and fraud.

    Domestic Violence
    Can be defined as any violent act in the home, between an adult, children and other adult family members. Domestic Violence can also be determined as any abusive, threatening or violent behavior between two intimate partners. Domestic Violence can occur anywhere and happen to anyone of any race, culture or economic status. It highly affects both partners, the children and the friends and family members involved. There are various signs that the victims of Domestic Violence should be aware of.

    AMBER Alert
    The AMBER Alert™ Program is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies, broadcasters, transportation agencies, and the wireless industry, to activate an urgent bulletin in the most serious child-abduction cases. The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the entire community to assist in the search for and the safe recovery of the child.

    DARE
    The Harrison Police Department is proud to be a part of the D.A.R.E. America Program. We have participated and taught the D.A.R.E. program in partnership with the Harrison Central School District for over 20 years. Through D.A.R.E. we have been able to provide our Town’s youth with the information and skills necessary to live drug and violence free lives. D.A.R.E also allows the Police Department to create positive relationships between law enforcement and students, their families, and teachers.

Press blue button for more information about prevention tips, links, and contacts, at the Harrison Police Department.


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