Chief of Police: Kenneth Scott
Police Department Staff: Click Here
|Shield #||Name||Shield #||Name|
|#6||Jeffrey Pitt||#34||Jason Torpey|
|#8||Gregg Jones||#40||Robert LaGrow|
|#14||Robert Duffy||#45||Robert Ruger|
|#16||Thomas Kleveno||#50||Adam Mercado|
|#19||Phil Heckett||#51||Raymond Scherma|
|#21||Stephen Smedley||#52||Philip Fagan|
|#22||Frank Lilos||#54||Frank A. Lilos|
|#23||Wytoskia Baity||#55||Richard Santiago|
|#24||Emmanuel Vasquez||#59||Randell Bailey|
|#32||Mario Strianese||#60||David Yates|
The principal mission of the Village of Highland Falls Police Department is to serve the community by protecting life and property; by preventing crime, by enforcing laws and by maintaining order for all citizens. It is essential for all members to remember that in the execution of our duties we act not for ourselves, but for the good of the public. We respect and protect the rights of all citizens and perform our duties with honesty, zeal, courage, discretion, fidelity and sound judgment.
Highland Falls Police tips line 845-446-7628
All calls are confidential!
Winter is here and that means snow!
The Highland Falls Police Department is asking for everyone’s cooperation when the snow falls. For the Department of Public Works to effectively clear our streets of snow or ice, no vehicles are allowed to be parked on public streets during any snow storms, regardless of the amount expected. Snow or icy streets can be dangerous. It can cause accidents and slow the response time for emergency services. Parking will be permitted after the snow or ice stops, the roads are cleared and the Department of Public Works has completed their plowing operations.
Section 187.1 A. – Unlawful to impede or interfere. It shall be unlawful for any person to push, pile or deposit snow or ice on any public road, street, sidewalk or right of way within the Village of Highland Falls.
Section 187.1 B. – It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with, impede, obstruct, hinder, interrupt or delay any vehicle or equipment engaged or used in the operation of plowing snow or ice or of removing snow or ice from any public road, street or right-of-way or from any part thereof within the Village of Highland Falls.
Section 187.2 - Obstruction of streets or roads. It shall be unlawful for anyone to place, park or leave any vehicle on any public road, street or right of way within the Village of Highland Falls or to permit the same to remain during any snow or ice storm or precipitation or after such storm or precipitation until the snow and ice have been removed or cleared from such public street, road or right of way.
Section 187.3 - Removal of vehicles. Prohibits anyone to leave any vehicle parked or standing on any public road or street if that vehicle blocks, interferes, impedes, obstructs, hinders, interrupts or delays the operation of any plowing or snow removal operation.
Please help out, do your part and follow the rules. Vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed if in violation of the above regulations. Please contact our department if you have any questions, Thank You.
Kenneth Scott - Chief of Police
The Highland Falls Police Department is asking for everyone’s cooperation when the snow or ice falls. Snow or ice covered sidewalks can cause injuries and delay response time of our emergency services. As a reminder, it is the law to clear the sidewalk adjacent to your property. Village codes 187.5, 187.6, 187.9 and 201.12 cover the owner/occupants responsibilities.
Please help out, do your part and follow the rules. Those in violation of the above regulations will be handled in accordance to the laws. Please contact our department at 845-446-4911 if you have any questions, Thank You.
Kenneth Scott - Chief of Police
Emer Snow Parking 2018
The Village of Highland Falls will need your help this winter. Due to snow/ice in the winter months, some streets can become impassable for emergency vehicles. What you can do to help….
1. Park your car as close to the curb as possible.
2. Do not park your vehicle across from another vehicle if it creates limited space for vehicles to pass through.
3. Shovel the snow from the curb.
4. Report any vehicles that you observe parked and creating a hazard or free flow of traffic.
What will the police department do….
1. If a street or a section of a street is identified as “interfering with the free flow of traffic or creating a hazard”, we will declare that street, or a section of that street, as an emergency no parking zone.
2. Signs will be posted and an attempt will be made to notify vehicle owners that the area is declared as an emergency no parking zone. This is in accordance with Village Code 108-17(a).
3. If a vehicle is not moved from an emergency no parking zone, it will be ticketed and impounded.
4. Once a street or section of that street has been declared an emergency no parking zone, we will notify the Village Department of Public Works. As soon as they clear the street identified as an emergency no parking zone, the declaration will be lifted and the signs removed.
5. An updated list of streets declared as emergency no parking will be posted on this site.
Current Roads Declared Emergency No Parking
None at this time
Important Information About Natural Gas
Prescription Pill Box
The Highland Falls Police Departments Medication Drop Box Program
Bring your unused or unwanted medications in their original containers or sealed bag to our drop off box located in the lobby at police headquarters,24hrs/day,365 days/year!
If you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!!!
The safety of a community is the responsibility of ALL of its residents. The police need your help and cooperation to make this a safe place for our families. We encourage all residents and community members to contact our department if they have any information about any criminal activity or suspicious behavior.
Information may be phoned in, sent via email message or texted to Chief@highlandfallsny.org. Information can be submitted anonymously. The more detail provided the more we will have to work with. Please be as specific as possible.
Police Department Links
Premise Security Check Request If you are leaving your premise for a period of time please notify us using this form. We will perform security checks while you are away
NetSmartz.org Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement.
USAonWatch.com empowers citizens to become active in community efforts through participation in Neighborhood Watch groups. The goal of this site is to provide information, technical support and resources to local law enforcement agencies and citizens.
Police F.A.Q.'s with answers
Where do I go for a Handicap permit?
Highland Falls Police Department, 301 Main St., 845 446-4911.
You must have proper form completed by your doctor and present your driver’s license or Identification Card
What is the time frame for the Parking Meters?
8am-6pm Monday through Saturday
Where do I go to pay fines for parking or traffic tickets?
The Town of Highlands Court, 254 Main St., 845 446-4280 ext 323
Where do I go for a Vacant House check request?
At the Highland Falls Police Department at 301 Main Street See the dispatcher for the proper form
How do I sign up for the Project Good Morning Program?
At the Highland Falls Police Department at 301 Main Street See the dispatcher for the proper paperwork