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Community Information The crime prevention officer will assist parents with the proper installation of their child's car safety seat. The Child Passenger safety Seat program will look for improperly installed, broken or recalled safety seats. The Greenburgh Police Department Child Safety Seat Inspection Station is located at the Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue, White Plains, NY 10603. Inspections will be conducted every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month between the hours of 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Inspections are done on a first come - first served basis. Please call to ensure that the inspection station has not re-located for the day. Questions should be directed to P.O. Peter Dandreano, Crime Prevention Officer at (914) 682-5334. Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's web page on child passenger safety by clicking here.

 

 

Child Safety Seat Inspection Program: 

Police/Community Advisory Commission: 
The Police Advisory Commission was established by Town Board Resolution in 1992. It is presently composed of 13 voting members from various sections of Unincorporated Greenburgh who constitute a representative cross section of the entire Unincorporated Town. The purpose of the Commission is to encourage dialogue and promote greater understanding between the police and community: to advise the Greenburgh Police Chief on issues and concerns of interest to local residents: to make recommendations regarding recruitment and training policies and practices: to undertake and organize educational, outreach initiatives in conjunction and coordination with the Police Chief, regarding drug abuse and careers in law enforcement: and to assess needs and priorities and plan for the future law enforcement administration of the Town. Of the 13-voting members, 2 are high school students appointed from school districts within the town. These young people help provide a student’s perspective of Police Department operations.

 

Summer Police Camp: 
The Greenburgh Police Department sponsors a summer youth camp. The camp is designed to be a "mini" police academy which lasts seven weeks during July and August, where the campers receive instruction in police procedures, policies, the law, first aid, CPR, water safety and daily physical training. The campers receive lectures from guest instructors in specific areas of police work and take chaperoned field trips to various governmental and correctional institutions.

The Commission meets the first Monday of every month at Town Hall except during July and August when meetings are suspended unless urgent business arises. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. The current chairperson of the Commision is Nicholas De Cicco. 




Greenburgh Police Department Teams Up With 911 Cell Phone Bank To Benefit Abuse Victims And Senior Citizens.
 
The  Greenburgh Police Department has announced a partnership with the 911 Cell Phone Bank to collect used cell phones to provide emergency cell phones and funds for victims of abuse and senior citizens.
 
The Greenburgh Police Department has teamed up with The 911 Cell Phone Bank to collect old cell phones in support of victims of abuse and senior citizens. Under the agreement, the Greenburgh Police Department in an on-going effort will collect used cell phones in the community which will be turned over to the 911 Cell Phone Bank and re-marketed. In return, they will build a bank of phones for emergency use as well as cash which will be used to fund various emergency and community service needs.
 
Residents who have unused cell phones are encouraged to drop them off at the Greenburgh Police Department Crime Prevention Unit 188 Tarrytown, White Plains, NY 10607. For more information callPolice Officer Peter Dandreano at 914-682-5334. 
 
 

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