eCode360 is a website to access all Town of Seneca Falls and former Village of Seneca Falls local laws, ordinances and resolutions contained in the Code of the Town of Seneca Falls.
Seneca Falls Alert Notification System is the program behind public alert and notifications disseminated throughout the greater Seneca Falls area. The software supporting the program is called CodeRED®. CodeRED is a free mass notification system available to local residents that will send you alerts concerning time-sensitive and/or emergency information that may impact your area via phone calls, text messages, emails, and TTD, TTY capable phones.
Vinelink.com is a national website in the United States that allows victims of crime, and the general public, to track the movements of prisoners held by the various states and territories. The first four letters in the websites name, “vine”, are an acronym for “Victim Information and Notification Everyday”. Vinelink.com displays information, based on the information provided by the various states’ departments of correction and other law enforcement agencies, on whether an inmate is in custody, has been released, has been granted parole or probation, or has escaped from custody.
Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes, Inc. provides confidential services, at no charge, for individuals, children, and families who have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, and human trafficking in Ontario, Seneca, and Yates Counties.
Safe Harbors offers individual counseling, support groups, legal accompaniment, and personal advocacy with referrals to other local agencies; We provide primary prevention services in schools, professional agencies, and in the communities we serve.
If you are in crisis and cannot reach anyone at the office call the hotline day or night. (800) 247-7273
OffenderWatch is the nation’s leading sex offender registry management and community notification network. More than 3,000 local, state, and federal agencies entrust their sex offender information to OffenderWatch. Our Software ensures compliance, increases efficiency, and reduces IT costs all while protecting the public with accurate, timely, and complete information.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of a crime, help may be available.
The Office of Victim Services may be able to help with medical bills and counseling expenses; burial and funeral costs; lost wages; and other types of assistance.
The agency also funds a network of victim service providers across New York State. Don’t wait another minute to learn more.
AMBER Alerts are activated in the most serious child-abduction cases. The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of a missing child. These alerts are broadcast through radio, TV, road signs, cellphones, and other data-enabled devices. The AMBER Alert system is being used in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Indian country, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 27 other countries.
The Office of Counter Terrorism (OCT) was created as part of the merger that established the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. OCT includes staff and Units from its predecessor, the Office of Homeland Security (OHS). The mission of OCT is to support federal, state, local, tribal and private sector efforts to Prevent, Protect against and Prepare for acts and threats of terrorism. Although Counter Terrorism is OCT’s primary mission, many of our programs and initiatives support capabilities that can be applied to other threats and hazards as well. Like OHS, OCT is not a law enforcement agency, but we work closely with the New York State Police and other law enforcement and public safety agencies in the fight against terrorism.
Click here to access a list of all services in Seneca County. This list includes mental health resources, housing and food resources, etc.
Fill out the following form and return it along with your abstract, and a copy of your ticket. If you are sending this information via traditional mail, please also send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the district attorney’s office.
If you have an upcoming court date, please contact the court and advise them that you have contacted our office and that you will be doing a plea by mail, the court should grant you an adjournment to get this done.