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On June 12, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order directing municipalities that employ police officers to actively engage stakeholders in the local community and develop locally approved plans for the strategies, policies and procedures of local police agencies. In accordance with this order, the Seneca Falls Police Department in conjunction with the Seneca County Criminal Justice Advisory Board, Seneca County Sheriff’s Office, Villages of Waterloo, and Interlaken, enthusiastically entered a collaborative county wide process to obtain stakeholder and community involvement. This plan is reflective of community stakeholders and community feedback directly from the community forum and survey.
Message from the Chief
On behalf of the women and men of the Seneca Falls Police Department who serve this community with dignity and respect, I proudly present the 2020 Seneca Falls Police Department Annual Report. This Annual Report highlights the Department’s achievements throughout the year and delineates the Police Department’s statistics between 2019 and 2020.
The Seneca Falls Police Department is comprised of highly trained men and women who are committed to ensuring the safety and security of all residents and visitors to our community. This commitment has never wavered. We continuously review our accredited agency’s operations and seek to improve the services we provide to the community, ensuring the community knows that they can depend on us to be there in their time of need.