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Police Department, Pelham


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Police Station Address
Pelham Police Department
195 Sparks Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

About the Pelham Police
The Police Department employs twenty eight full time Police Officers, including the Chief, Lieutenant, Sergeants, and Detectives. In addition, the department employs three full time Parking Enforcement Officers, ten part time school crossing guards, and a part-time clerk.

The primary function of the Pelham Police Department is to protect life and property and to enforce all applicable laws, including Federal, State, County and Local laws. The goals of the Pelham Police Department are to maintain order within the Village and to preserve the quality of life that allows Pelham to continue its history of being a secure and desirable community in which to live.

The Department operates several units headed by Police Administration, and assisted by Investigations, Patrol and Support. Administration is responsible for overseeing the entire operation of the Police Department, including scheduling, budgeting, purchasing and general administrative functions. The primary responsibility of the Investigations Unit is to investigate and follow-up on criminal and sometimes non-criminal matters.

The Patrol function is the backbone of the Police Department. Patrol Officers are responsible to patrol all streets and public property, and observe all locations in the Village in order to deter crime and enforce all relevant laws. Within the patrol unit is a Canine Unit. Other units operating when staffing levels are at full strength include Traffic and Community Policing (CPOP). Additionally, when not being used on special assignment, the canine team is used for routine patrol services. The Support Unit consists of School Crossing Guards, Parking Enforcement Officers, Matrons and Clerical Staff.

During calendar year 2008, the Department responded to approximately 5,400 calls for service. The Police Department Annual Report, which is submitted to the Mayor and Board of Trustees by March 31 each year, has a more complete explanation of the activities and goals for service of the Police Department for each calendar year.

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Location: Pelham

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