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Police Department

City Hall
Payne Ave
North Tonawanda, NY

Staff

 

Thomas E. Krantz

Police Chief

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Daryl E. Truty

Captain: Detectives

 

Todd W. Bush

Captain: Patrols

 

Robert J. Frank III 

Captain: Training & Support

 

Michelle Day

Detective Lieutenant: Special Victims and Youth Services

 

Gary P. Lewis

Senior Account Clerk

 

Suzanne DeMonte

Account Clerk Typist

 

 

 

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North Tonawanda, NY

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&#;POLICE REPORTS:
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 days &#;following the date of the report.  You must call Monday through Friday between the hours of a.m. and p.m. in advance to arrange for report pick up. Reports may be picked up at the police station located at Payne Avenue 24 hours a day. Reports are released to the victim or complainant with valid photo ID and is free for 30 days following the date of the report. After 30 days a fee may apply. &#;
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FINGERPRINTS:
Due to the increased use of background checks on persons applying for licenses, certifications or job opportunities, many people need to have their fingerprints taken. Residents of  North Tonawanda can have their fingerprints taken free of charge by contacting:
Detective Bureau @ 
You will need to make an appointment for this service. The Detective Bureau does not provide fingerprint cards.
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RECORD CHECKS:
North Tonawanda Police provide record checks for $ (cash) per record check. Forms are available at the police department. You must provide photo identification. Record checks can take up to a week to be completed.
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If you have information about a crime that has been committed, ongoing criminal activity, or any other information that the police should know about please call or email the tip line below: 
 
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SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY:
Click on the link for the Niagara County Sex Offender Registry.


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STATION TOURS:
Civic groups that are interested in a guided tour of the department should contact the Training Department at 


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CITY ORDINANCE: 
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Located at  Payne Avenue. 
INFORMATION & HOURS
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Office hours are: am - pm, Monday - Friday. Fines are payable at the court office before pm.
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EMPLOYMENT:
All employment testing is handled through Niagara County Civil Service in accordance with New York State Civil Service Law.
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NIAGARA COUNTY CRISIS SERVICES:
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City Of Tonawanda Police Department in Tonawanda, New York

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City Of Tonawanda Police Department Details

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Full Time Sworn Officers
28
Full Time Civilians
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About the City Of Tonawanda Police Department

The City Of Tonawanda Police Department, located in Tonawanda, New York is a law enforcement agency that has been granted specific police powers in Erie County. The primary function of the Police Department is deterring crime, stopping crimes in progress, investigating crimes, and serving as first responders for emergencies and situations that threaten public safety.

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The principle mission of the Town of Tonawanda Police Department is to preserve the rights of the citizens and reduce fear in the community through the prevention of crime, protection of persons and property. We are a suburb of Buffalo, NY.

 

 

 

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As of August 1st , The Town of Tonawanda will be impounding animals to the West Seneca Animal Impound located at:   
Mineral Springs Rd, West Seneca, NY   
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The dog owners MUST call West Seneca to set up an appointment to get your dog, you cannot just showing up at the shelter. You will need proof of a valid dog license and a valid rabies certificate. If you do not have said documents, West Seneca will have to make an appointment with one of their vets to get a shot at your expense. West Seneca will also license the dog at owners expense, as their Town Clerk does not open until am. Be advised . West Seneca will only hold the dogs for 5 days, if no one claims the animal they will be transferred to the SPCA. 

 


 

 

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Emergency Services FAQ's

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Domestic pets may not be allowed at emergency shelters for health reasons. It is important to include your pet in you emergency plan since they depend on you to keep them safe. Identifying locations for you and your pet to go before an emergency happens is important. You can identify friends or family, hotels that accept pets, or contact your local pet shelter to see if they will accept pets in the event of an emergency. Find more information on preparing your pet for an emergency at: https://www.ready.gov/animals

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The Town of Tonawanda's Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT, program is based on the American tradition of “Neighbors Helping Neighbors Prepare for Emergencies.” CERT training prepares citizens and communities to take a more active role in the county’s emergency preparedness and response efforts.  You can use your training to join a team or better prepare yourself

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It is important to remember that not all emergencies or disasters are going to have the same effects or happen at the most convenient times. Therefore, having a plan can help safeguard you and your family. Town of Tonawanda residents need to prepare now for emergencies and disasters. Having a plan in place will reduce the amount of loss for both property and life. You should meet with all members of your household to discuss your plan. Talk with children about the different hazards and what to do if something should happen. Prepare a disaster supply kit and make sure it is adjusted to the number of people in your household. Also, make sure to include your pets when preparing for an emergency. There are simple, low-cost steps families can take to be ready. Please visit the following link for more information about preparing for an emergency: https://www.ready.gov/   https://www.fema.gov/disaster//updates/building-supply-kit-your-family

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If the power is out, you should listen to a battery powered or crank radio for shelter locations for you and your family to relocate. Also listen for evacuation routs specified by local authorities. Shelters will depend upon the location of the emergency. When evacuating, make sure you wear protective clothing, sturdy shoes and have your disaster supply kit. https://www.ready.gov/shelter

https://www.ready.gov/evacuating-yourself-and-your-family

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If the authorities advise you to Shelter-In-Place, you are to remain in your home or office (wherever you are at the time of the emergency) and protect yourself there. If there is a threat of contaminated outside air be sure to seal doors, windows and vents. Turn off all fans, heating and air-conditioning units. Go to an interior room with few windows if possible. Be sure to take your emergency supply kit with you, unless you believe it has been contaminated. Listen or watch local radio and television stations to stay updated on the latest information. 

https://www.ready.gov/shelter 

https://www.fema.gov/faq-details/Evacuating-v-Shelter-in-place

Mass Care Shelter

Even though mass care shelters often provide water, food, medicine and basic sanitary facilities, you should plan to take your disaster supplies kit with you so you will have the supplies you require. Mass care sheltering can involve living with many people in a confined space, which can be difficult and unpleasant. To avoid conflicts in the stressful situation, it is important to cooperate with shelter managers and others assisting them. Keep in mind that alcoholic beverages and weapons are forbidden in emergency shelters and smoking is restricted.

Search for open shelters by texting SHELTER and a Zip Code to  Ex: Shelter  (standard rates apply)

Learn more by visiting: http://www.disasterassistance.gov/

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You should have enough supplies in your disaster kit to ensure each member of your family can be self-sufficient for at least 3 days. Some things to include are:

  • water (1 gallon per day per person)
  • food (nonperishable and easy to prepare)
  • can opener
  • first-aid kit
  • flashlights
  • extra batteries
  • medicines and medical items
  • a multipurpose tool to turn off utilities
  • sanitation and hygiene items
  • copies of personal documents
  • blankets/sleeping bags
  • extra cash, credit card, and/or cashier’s check
  • list of important numbers
  • a whistle to signal for help
  • dust masks
  • local maps
  • battery-powered or hand crank radio

You can find out more through FEMAs Ready Campaign at: https://www.ready.gov/

Police FAQ's

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CRASHDOCS website makes it easier to get accident reports

There is no need to make a trip to the police station to obtain a copy of your accident. Simply search for your report, go to checkout (no charge at checkout) and receive a copy that you can print or save to your files.

No more:

  • Travel to the police station
  • Long forms to fill out
  • Postage and wasted paper

Reports are available 24/7, so you can get your accident report when it is accepted into this system from the police department.

To obtain an accident report for the Town of Tonawanda you can follow this LINK to start the process.  You will need the complaint number that you were given previously.

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Anything court related to fines, you should contact court directly at as fines and surcharges are subject to change
I can't make my scheduled court date, now what?
Court dates are set by the Town Court. If you were scheduled in court and can't make it, contact the court at ()
What is Cafeteria Court?
Cafeteria Court is the window in the court office where you can plead guilty to a ticket without appearing in court.
Are all equipment violations dismissed?
No. Sound, brakes and no headlight violations are not dismissible.
Where is the Town Court located?
Town Court is located on the second floor of the Police Building at Sheridan Drive. Entrance to the Town Court is located on the extreme west end (door closest to Delaware Road) of the Police Building. Do not enter the doors in the center of the building for court as you will only be told to exit the building and go to the next set of doors.
IF YOU NEED INFORMATION REGARDING SMALL CLAIMS COURT PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK
What is the town prosecutor?
The town prosecutor is a member of the Office of the Town Attorney who prosecutes traffic violations and non-criminal offenses.
What is the ordinance for barking dogs?
The ordinance for barking dogs is Section , Paragraph D, subsection 2 of the Town of Tonawanda town ordinances as listed below.

D. It shall be unlawful for any owner of any dog in the town to permit or allow a dog to: (2) Engage in habitual loud howling, barking, crying or whining or conduct itself in such a manner so as to unreasonably disturb the comfort or repose of any person.

I have a dog, what do I need to know and do?
  • It is unlawful for a dog to be unleashed off of the owner's premises in the Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore. This includes all parks and recreation areas. The fine for this offense ranges from $25 to $
  • All dogs four months or older are required to be licensed. The fine for an unlicensed dog is $ Persons harboring an unlicensed dog will be subject to arrest and fine upon conviction.
  • It shall be the duty of every dog owner or person having possession, custody or control of a dog to remove any feces left by said dog on any public property owned by the Town of Tonawanda and deposit it in a container lawfully used for the disposal of refuse.
  • Dog licenses can be obtained at the Town of Tonawanda Office of the Town Clerk, which is located at Delaware Avenue. For further information, please call ()  ext. The form can be downloaded here, DOG LICENSE

 https://www.tonawanda.ny.us/departments/police/animal-control.html

 

How do I become a police officer in the town?
Candidates must be a U.S. citizen and must reside in the Town of Tonawanda for at least four months prior to taking the Civil Service exam.

Selections are made from a Civil Service list based upon exam scores. For each selection the person must be in the top three places on the list. Exams are given every two years by the Erie County Personnel office.

For additional information connect to the Erie County Civil Service Commission. Erie County Civil Service Commission

How do I get fingerprints taken ?
Fingerprints are taken by the department Monday through Friday between am to am and pm to pm. We do not take fingerprints for a pistol permits, you must contact the Erie County Pistol Permit Bureau for additional information (). For other fingerprinting requests you must make an appointment with the Detective Bureau by calling ().

The fee for fingerprint cards is $10 per card for Town of Tonawanda residents and $50 per card for non-residents. You must bring exact change, no personal checks are accepted. You must also have proper identification.

When can garbage be put out for pick-up?
Garbage can be placed out no earlier than am the day before the designated collection day.
When do garbage cans have to be removed from the curb?
Garbage cans must be removed from the curb no later than pm on the designated collection date.
How do I dispose of an old refrigerator?
Remove the doors and/or locking mechanism and place it out on collection day. For more information, see Waste Disposal Information from the Tonawanda Highway Department.
How can I obtain a handicap parking permit?
Applications are available 24 hours a day at the front desk of the Police Station or online at this LINK. Once the application is completed, it may be returned to the Police Department Records Bureau for processing.

If the application is personally returned during the hours of operation (Monday through Friday between am and pm), the permit will be issued immediately. There are no fees for handicap parking permits.

Permits are issued to Town of Tonawanda residents only.

 

 

What are the ages for a junior operators license in New York?
In New York, junior operators licenses are for and year-olds
Can a person with a junior operators license drive after pm with a friend who has a full license?
Different counties have different rules. In Erie County, the supervising driver must be at least 18 years of age with a license of the same class. This person must also be in a position of "Loco Parentis," meaning a guardian or relative (technically not a friend).
What is the rule for school functions regarding junior operators licenses?
Those with junior operators licenses are allowed to drive to and from school for instruction, education or training.
Is a school club a valid reason to drive after pm with a junior operators license?
No a school club is not a valid reason to drive after pm with a junior operators license.
Who must be riding with a driver that possesses a learners permit?
A person at least 18 years of age with a license in the same class as the vehicle being operated must ride along with a driver possessing a learners permit.
How is a motorcycle operator that possesses a motorcycle learners permit supervised by a licensed operator?
The licensed operator can either supervise as a passenger on the motorcycle or in another vehicle.
Does the learning motorcycle driver have to remain in view of the supervisor?
Yes, the learning motorcycle driver must remain in view of the supervisor.
What do you mean by moped class?
A moped is placed in a class based on its maximum attainable speed.
Can I drive a moped without a helmet or insurance?
You can drive a moped without a helmet or insurance only if it is a class "C."
How do I obtain an Order of Protection?
To obtain an Order of Protection in the Town of Tonawanda Justice Court, you must sign a complaint charging another party with a crime. When you sign the complaint in the Detective Bureau you should make your request known to the detective so the family protection registry form (TTP) can be filled out ahead of time, and accompany your complaint to court.

Once your complaint reaches court the judge will preview the complaint you signed, a criminal summons will be served on the defendant and the judge will then issue a temporary order of protection, until further action in court.

For an Order of Protection through Erie County Family Court, please call ()  Monday through Friday, from am to pm.

How do i know if an Order Of Protection was served?
As an alternative to calling the Town of Tonawanda Justice Court or The Town of Tonawanda Police Department , you can go to the following NYS site https://oopalert.ny.gov/oopalert/

This system is a service available to victims, or their designees, who have been granted certain Court Orders of Protection. It allows victims the option of registering to be notified when an Order of Protection has been served.

Do not depend solely on this notification for your protection. If you are at risk, seek help and take appropriate precautions.

This program is part of the SAVIN-NY initiative funded by the Bureau of Justice Administration (BJA) and coordinated by the NYS Sheriffs' Institute.

 

Can I park a trailer, house trailer or boat in the street?
The answer is yes, but it is very limited based on the over all length of the combined trailer and vehicle together. The combination of both vehicles together must not exceed 21' 10". This is the exact Town Code pertaining to this topic: Due to safety reasons involving obstructed vision pertaining to pedestrians, children, emergency vehicles and other motorists, no vehicle or transport device longer than 21 feet 10 inches, inclusive of load and bumper (even if not attached), nor wider than seven feet 10 inches, as measured by the body, nor higher than seven feet two inches, as measured from the underside of the tire to the top of the vehicle, shall park upon any street within any residential district in the Town of Tonawanda. This provision is applicable, but not limited to, boats and/or jet skis with trailers, recreational campers, vehicle transport carriers or trailers.
Can I put a dumpster in the street?
No, dumpsters can not be placed in the street in the Town of Tonawanda.
Can I park my car on the lawn?
No, cars can not be parked on your lawn in the Town of Tonawanda.
Can I park in front of my own driveway?
No, you can not park in front of your own driveway.
How do I obtain a peddlers permit?
Peddlers permits are only valid for the named individuals, not multiple parties or companies. Applications are available at the front desk of the Police Department or you can Download it here and fill out to bring in. Once completed and submitted with the proper fee and two proofs of ID (one being with a picture), they are processed and either approved or disapproved.

Permits must be picked up in person and are issued at that time. Each permit is good for a period of 30 days from date of issuance.

Can I get criminal records on the internet?
No. Criminal records are not available through the internet, nor are they a matter of public record. Very stringent rules are in effect even for police officers and investigators pursuing this type of information in regard to ongoing investigations.
How do I get an arrest record check or a summary of a police report?
Request forms are available at the front desk of the Police Department. Forms need to be completed and submitted with the proper fee and two proofs of ID, one being a picture ID. The record check or summary will be processed within five business days and mailed to the requesting party, unless otherwise requested.

You may download the form now and have it ready for the desk officer when you arrive at the police station.

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What are the fees for a specific report?

                         
Police Incident Report $ per page

Police Incident Report - Victim No Charge

Fire Incident Report $ per page

Accident Reports $ per page

Paramedic Medical Report $ per page

Record Checks on Individuals With Copy $

DWI Attending School BAC $

Peddler & Hawker Applications $ per month

Fingerprints -Town & Village $ per card (Resident)

$ per card (Non-resident)

Pistol Permit Applications $

Photographs $ each

Sketches $

Surrendered/Safekeeping of Firearms Processing Fee $

CD/DVD $ each

 

If my child is under four years old but over 40 pounds does he/she still have to be in a safety seat?
Yes. The law only refers to age.
Anything court related to fines, you should contact court directly at as fines and surcharges are subject to change
I got a ticket, now what do I do?
If you wish to plead guilty to a traffic violation by mail, date and sign Part A of your summons and remit it to the Court before the court date which is printed on the front of your summons. Upon receipt, the Court will notify you in writing of the fine due.

For most minor traffic infractions, you may pay a set fine by appearing in person at the cafeteria court window during regularly scheduled hours. Be sure you have your conviction stub with you. It may be helpful to call the Court to verify that there is a set fine for your particular infraction. Please note that the Town of Tonawanda Court will only accept cash, money orders or certified checks.

If you wish to plead not guilty by mail, you must date and sign Part B of the summons. Upon receipt of your not guilty plea, the Court will notify you in writing of your court date for arraignment.

If you do not want to enter a plea by mail, you should appear in Court on the date listed on the bottom of your summons. Upon arrival in the Court there are lists posted in the hallway. Locate your name on the list and follow the directions on the top of the sheet. If you have any questions go to the cafeteria court window, where a clerk will assist you.

How do I get my defect inspected and verified for court?
The inspection and completion of a defect correction form must be done by a police officer or an authorized inspection station. A statement of correction may be completed by an automobile repair shop and the statement must be on the letterhead of the shop.
Is an inspection violation a moving violation?
No, an inspection violation is not a moving violation.
Anything court related to fines, you should contact court directly at as fines and surcharges are subject to change
How many points will I get for a speeding ticket?
The amount of mph below is the amount over the posted speed limit:
  • mph: three points
  • mph: four points
  • mph: six points
  • mph: eight points
  • Over 40 mph: 11 points
How much will the fine be?
The fine will be between $30 and $ plus a surcharge of $
Are studded snow tires legal in New York State?
Studded snow tires are only legal between October 16 and April
Where can I get studded snow tires?
Studded snow tires can be purchased at a tire dealership.
Can I tow a car with a rope?
A car can be towed with a rope only if the towed vehicle is occupied by a licensed driver to control steering.
If I buy a car, how do I get it home without plates?
You must tow the car home until you get plates.
How do I get my trailer to a weigh station (for the registration application) if it isn't registered?
The law allows you to tow a trailer to and from a weigh station only for the purpose of determining weight for registration.
When does the winter parking ban go into effect?
The standing or parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited on all streets and highways within the Town of Tonawanda between the hours of am and am, beginning November 1 of each year and ending April 1 of the next succeeding year.

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Take Note - All completed applications must be submitted to the Town of Tonawanda Clerk’s Office.   The Town Police Department cannot accept any completed applications.

Click here for 4 PDF documents you will need

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Vacation House Checks are a service provided by the Town of Tonawanda Police for residents who are away from home for vacation. After filling out the required paperwork, an officer will check the premise at random times and contact you or your emergency contact person to report anything out of the ordinary.

This service is not provided for homes that are for sale or vacant.

Click here to fill out the form which we will enter into our system

You can also request a house check by calling , or in person at The Town of Tonawanda Police Department located at Sheridan Drive. We will be happy to assist you. We are open 24 hours a day for this service.

NOTE: IF YOU COME HOME EARLY IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU NOTIFY US IMMEDIATELY!

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Don't Be Victimized with Phone Scams, Be Aware

Listed in this section are important websites to the Government agencies that are being fraudulently represented in collecting a debt from you. These agencies do not call people to collect debts. Please refer to these important links for information to be informed of their tactics to get your information. If you did give any information to a suspected fraudulent caller, you can contact your local police department. If you did not give any information, the sites have instructions for you to report the incident to them.

New York State Tax

Better Business Bureau

United States IRS 

IRS Impersonating Scam Form

Federal Trade Commission

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concerned parents support group

Sponsored by the Town of Tonawanda Police Department, the Concerned Parents Support Group meets every Thursday at pm in the Lincoln Park Satellite Office to provide support and advice for helping a teen or adult child in crisis.

For more information contact:

Contact:

 WNY Still Standing is a Facebook group for parents and family members whose loved ones are in Active Addiction or Early Recovery. Some are bereaved parents. For more information, support, advocacy and awareness, please follow this link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/wnystillstanding/

 Click here for program specifics to download and print

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Do you own a business in the Town of Tonawanda? If you would like us to have your contact information in the case of after-hour emergencies on your property; we have a form that can completed online which our Public Safety Communication Center receives and enters into our dispatch system. It is the most efficient way of getting us your key-holders and other info you supply.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR THE FORM ON THE TOWN OF TONAWANDA WEBSITE

https://www.tonawanda.ny.us/index.php?option=com_rsform&view=rsform&formId=8

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Erie County BE SAFE PROGRAM
https://www2.erie.gov/da/index.php?q=domestic-violence-advocacy

 

BE-SAFE Victim Advocacy Program

The BE-SAFE Program, led by Heather Summers, Director of Domestic Violence Services, is located at Buffalo City Court, Erie County District Attorney’s Office, 50 Delaware Avenue, 4th Floor, Buffalo, New York . Staff can also be reached by telephone at () , pm, M-F. Should you receive a notice of a court date, please call one of the advocates there.

BE SAFE provides free community outreach & training for professionals, law enforcement, Judges, and community members on a variety of topics related to Domestic Violence.

If you are involved in the Criminal Justice system, we understand that you may not be ready to proceed with criminal charges and can help explain options to maintain your safety. Advocates will assist you throughout each stage of your case, from Arraignment, Grand Jury or trial.

A SAFETY PLAN  is a tool which enables victims of domestic abuse to assess their options and reduce their risk of further abuse. Leaving an abusive relationship is something that needs planning and can increase your risk. Should you feel unsafe at any time or want to discuss a safety plan please contact the advocates for assistance.

Erie County BE SAFE Brochure and Safety Plan

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You should have enough supplies in your disaster kit to ensure each member of your family can be self-sufficient for at least 3 days. Some things to include are:

• water (1 gallon per day per person)

• food (nonperishable and easy to prepare)

• can opener

• first-aid kit

• flashlights

• extra batteries

• medicines and medical items

• a multipurpose tool to turn off utilities

• sanitation and hygiene items

• copies of personal documents

• blankets/sleeping bags

• extra cash, credit card, and/or cashier’s check

• list of important numbers

• a whistle to signal for help

• dust masks

• local maps

• battery-powered or hand crank radio

You can find out more through FEMAs Ready Campaign at:

https://www.ready.gov/

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Tonawanda Arrests and Warrants

Look up Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Tonawanda, NY. Results: Inmate List, Jail Records, Jail Roster Number, Warrants, Mugshot, Charges, Dispositions, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair

Tonawanda, New York Information

Tonawanda is a town and city in Erie County, New York. The town is at the north border of the county and is the northern inner ring suburb of Buffalo, New York.  The City of Tonawanda is also located with the town. The City of Tonawanda is located at the northern edge of Erie County, south across the Erie Canal (Tonawanda Creek) from North Tonawanda, and north of Buffalo, New York. The Town of Tonawanda had a population of approximately 15, in the year

The Town Supervisor of the Town of Tonawanda, New York is Joseph H. Emminger.  Emminger can be contacted at ()

Joseph H. Emminger, Town Supervisor

Town Supervisor’s Office

Town of Tonawanda

Delaware Ave. Room 11

Tonawanda, NY  

Phone: ()

Fax: ()

Office Hours: Monday &#; Friday, AM – PM

Tonawanda Town Supervisor’s Office:

Tonawanda Town Supervisor

Rick Davis is the Mayor of the City of Tonawanda. Mayor Davis can be contacted at () or via email at [email protected]

Rick Davis, Mayor

Mayor’s Office

City of Tonawanda

Niagara Street

Tonawanda, New York

Phone: ()

Fax: ()

Email: [email protected]

Office Hours: Monday &#; Friday, AM &#; PM

Tonawanda City Mayor

In , the crime-index in Tonawanda, New York was , higher than it had been since at least the year , but lower than the national average of New York and other state lists there were 39 registered sex offenders living in Tonawanda, New York as of August 10, The ratio of number of residents in Tonawanda to the number of sex offenders is to 1.

Tonawanda, New York Police Station Information

There were an estimated 2, total crimes per , people in Tonawanda, New York. This rate is lower than the average in the state of New York which has 1, total crimes per , residents. The crime rate in Tonawanda is also lower than the national average of 2, crimes for every , individuals.

Further breaking down the types of crimes in Tonawanda, there were an estimated violent crimes for every , residents (which include murder, robbery, rape, and assault). The average for violent crimes in the state of New York is per , citizens and the average nationally is for every , residents.

In terms of property crimes, (burglary, theft, and vehicle theft), there were an estimated 2, property crimes per , residents, a rate which is lower than both the New York average of 1, property crimes for every , individuals and lower than the U.S. average of property crimes per , citizens.

Facts about crime in Tonawanda, New York:

  • The overall crime rate in Tonawanda is 5% higher than the national average.
  • For every , people, there are daily crimes that occur in Tonawanda.
  • Tonawanda is safer than 17% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Tonawanda you have a 1 in 34 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Tonawanda has not changed.

Town of Tonawanda Police Department

James P. Stauffiger is the Police Chief of Town of Tonawanda Police Department. Chief Stauffiger can be contacted at ()

James P. Stauffiger, Police Chief

Town of Tonawanda Police Department

Sheridan Drive,

Buffalo, NY  

Phone: ()

Emergency:

Tonawanda Town Police

Tonawanda City Police Department

William Strassburg is the Police Chief of Tonawanda City Police Department. Chief Strassburg can be contacted at or via email at [email protected]

William Strassburg, Police Chief

Tonawanda City Police Department

Niagara Street

Tonawanda, NY  

Phone:

Emergency:

Email: [email protected]

Tonawanda City Police

 

Tonawanda City Police Active Warrants

Open Record Request in Tonawanda, New York

Contact the Town Clerk for records pertaining to the Town of Tonawanda.  

The Town Clerk’s Office is responsible of keeping all of the official records for the Town. The Town Clerk&#;s office issues licenses for residents of the Town of Tonawanda such as  dog license, marriage license, hunting and fishing license, special parking permit, peddler&#;s license, birth and death certificates, genealogical records, etc. Freedom of Information applications is available in the Clerk’s Office and this office is responsible for reviewing all requests

To request access to public documents and records, submit a completed Freedom of Information Request Form to the Town Clerk&#;s Office.

Tonawanda Town FOIL Request Form

The Town Clerk of Tonawanda, New York is Marguerite Greco. Greco can be contacted at ()

Marguerite Greco, Town Clerk  

Town Clerk’s Office

Delaware Ave. Room 14

Kenmore, NY  

Phone: ()

Fax: ()

Office Hours: Monday &#; Friday, am &#; pm

Tonawanda Town Clerk

Contact the City Clerk for records pertaining to the City of Tonawanda.  

The City Clerk&#;s Office is responsible for preserving, maintaining and providing access to vital records, personnel files and numerous licenses, laws and resolutions of the City.

The public has the right to access City records. Freedom of Information applications is available in the Clerk’s Office and this office is responsible for reviewing all requests. To make a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request for information, you must fill out an FOIL application and submit it to the City Clerk’s Office.

Tonawanda City FOIL Request Form

James Kossow is the City Clerk of the City of Tonawanda. Kossow can be contacted at ()     or via email at [email protected]

James Kossow, City Clerk

City Clerk’s Office

City of Tonawanda

Niagara Street

Tonawanda, New York

Phone: ()

Fax: ()

Email: [email protected]

Office Hours: Monday &#; Friday, AM &#; PM

Tonawanda City Clerk

The City and Town of Tonawanda are both located in Erie County, New York.

Contact the County Clerk of Erie County, New York for records.

Erie FOIL Request Form

The County Clerk of Erie County, New York is Michael P. Kearns. Kearns can be contacted at

Michael P. Kearns, County Clerk

Erie County Clerk&#;s Office

92 Franklin Street

Buffalo, New York

Phone: ()

Fax: ()

Erie County Clerk Facebook

 

Erie County Records

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Erie County, New York

The Sheriff of the Erie County Sheriff&#;s Office is Sheriff Timothy B. Howard. Sheriff Howard can be reached at () or via email at [email protected]

Timothy B. Howard, Sheriff

Erie County Sheriff&#;s Office

10 Delaware Ave.

Buffalo, New York

Phone: ()

Email: [email protected]

Erie County Sheriff

 

Erie County Sheriff Facebook

Erie County, New York arrests, inmates, mugshots, warrants:

Erie County Warrants

Erie County Holding Center

The Erie County Holding Center (ECHC) has a capacity of housing inmates remanded to the custody of the Sheriff of Erie County. It processes more than 20, inmates annually.

Erie County Holding Center

40 Delaware Ave

Buffalo, NY

Phone: ()

Erie County Holding Center

Visitation Hours of the Erie County Holding Center:

Monday: Visitation (Day Shift only)

a.m. – p.m.                 

– p.m.                           

Tuesday through Thursday: (Visitation (Day and Afternoon Shift)

a.m. – p.m.                 

– p.m.

– p.m.                           

– p.m.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: (Visitation is closed)

Visiting Hours At The Erie County Correctional Facility Are:

Monday: Visitation (Day Shift only)

a.m. – a.m.

– p.m.

Tuesday through Thursday:  Visitation (Day and Afternoon Shift)

a.m. – a.m.

– p.m.

– p.m.

– p.m.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: (Visitation is closed)

Erie Jail Visitation

Tonawanda Police Station Address:   Niagara St, Tonawanda, NY , United States

Sours: https://newyorkjailroster.com/police/tonawanda-arrests-and-warrants/
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Records/Court Division

 

Records Office
We have one records Officer who coordinates all the court assignments, operates our computer system and general keeper of all arrest and investigation documents. The Records Lieutenant and a part time assistant, process thousands of records related to arrests, investigations, and calls for service. Our department has been computerized since The computerizing of the records operation back in the 's led to less personnel time wasted on paperwork. Trained Officers should be preventing, investigating and solving crimes, not laboring over redundant paperwork.

Foil Subject Matter List
 
POL Article 6 § 87 : Freedom of Information Law Requests

Subject Matter List Pursuant to POL § 87 (FOIL)

The following list describes the records maintained by the City of Tonawanda Police Department and is current as of July 6, This list does not imply that all records are available to the public. All government records are subject to the exemptions stipulated in the Freedom of Information Law. For more information about the FOI Law visit the Committee on Open Government website hosted by the New York State Department of State: http://www.dos.ny.gov/coog/.

Administrative Records

  • Policy Manual and correspondence reflecting actions taken in regard to planning, supervising, controlling and coordinating operations of the City of Tonawanda Police Department.

Applicant Investigation Records

  • Background investigations of persons considered for appointment to positions of trust within the City of Tonawanda Police Department.

Communications Records

  • Records of complaints received by the Police Department, along with recordings of telecommunication and police and fire radio traffic. 

Criminal Information Records

  • Records contain pertinent information relating to crimes investigated, or being investigated, reflecting the identities of those persons who have committed, are committing or are planning the commission of crimes.

Fiscal Management Information

  • Records containing budget data and submissions with certificates of approval, payroll information, purchasing records and vouchers for payment of services and supplies.

Personnel Records

  • Records pertaining to present and former employees including entrance and promotional examinations and classification of individual positions.

Training Records

  • Copies of orders, schedules and the academic records of all persons attending the Police Academy, as well as those records of other personnel attending other schools.
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