Massena Police Department
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Welcome, and thank you for visiting the official website of the Massena Department. This web page is designed to provide you with useful information about our department and its employees.
My staff and I are committed to providing the residents and visitors to this community with a safe environment in which to live and visit.While responding to and preventing crime, and enforcing the laws are essential to providing a safe working, learning and living environment, policing is as much about education as it is enforcement.We offer a variety of programs that support our dedication to working closely with our community.
We fully recognize that our profession demands and deserves the highest possible ethical standards and behavior from our employees and our personnel are committed to this standard.
The men and women of Massena Police Department are committed to serving our community with integrity, sensitivity and professionalism.
Thank you for visiting our web site.
Meet the Chief
Chief Tim Currier began his career with the department on February 29, 1988 as a Patrol Officer. In June of 1992 he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. On September 7, 1993 he was appointed as Police Chief and has served in that capacity since.
Chief Currier is a lifelong resident of Massena graduating from Massena Central High School in 1984. He has an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Mater Dei College and is a graduate of Session One of the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services Law Enforcement Executive Institute. Chief Currier lives in Massena with his wife Emily (Talarico) and their son Nathaniel.
Chief Currier is an active member of the Massena community, serving in various capacities in many organizations including the Massena Basketball Association, BPOE Elks # 1702, the Massena Central Schools Safe and Drug Free Advisory Council, the Massena Central Safety Team and Massena TRIAD.
The Chief is an active member of:
The International Association of Chief’s of Police
In addition to their regular duties, we have employees who have been trained in specialized services to enable the department to achieve its mission.
Officer Christopher D. Flynn is the department current D.A.R.E. Officer. He has served in the position since 2002. Officer Flynn instructs at all three elementary schools for the public school system of Massena Central and the Trinity Catholic School. Officer Patrick J. Serguson served as the department’s DARE officer from 1994 to 2007.
D.A.R.E. is a cooperative program between the schools, police and students to help students make better decisions and to keep kids off drugs. DARE is an interactive class where students are engaged in problem solving, in depth discussions and role playing.
The goal of the DARE program is to significantly reduce/eliminate the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and the use of violent behavior by our kids.
Students will understand the physical, social and legal risks and effects of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and inhalants on their developing brains and bodies. Students will compare and contrast the normative beliefs of peers in their classroom with the national data about teen use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Students will expand their knowledge about a variety of positive things to do in the school and in the community that does not involve the use of drugs. Students will develop tools and strategies to use in real life situations when faced with the pressures in today’s society.
VACANT HOUSE CHECK
DRUG TIP LINE
CHILD PASSENGER TECHNICIAN
CELL PHONES FOR SAFETY
A disconnected cellular phone may still be used to call Emergency 911, provided that it is charged.This service is valuable to people that are traveling in vehicles, or those who spend time away from a phone.We are asking people to donate their old, or discarded cellular phones to the Massena Police Department.We ask that the phone be in working condition and have the appropriate charging equipment.The Massena Senior Citizens and Massena Independent Living Center will distribute them to those in need.Primarily, we will give preference to elderly people or disabled people.
Those interested in donating cellular phones can drop the phones off to the Massena Police Department.People interested in receiving a phone may contact the Massena Senior Citizens Center at 769-7810 or Massena Independent Living Center at 764-9442.
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SEAWAY VALLEY CRIME STOPPERS
As part of our commitment to keep your teenagers safe, the Massena Police Department will conduct drive-by home checks while parents are out of town. All you need to do is complete a “Teen Safety Home Check” form. You can download one HERE, or the form is available at the police station.
Once a completed form is received, you will be provided with a flyer that you can post in your home letting your teenager known that the police will be checking the home.
The parents would leave a phone number they can be reached at. The police would contact the parents if they drove by and noticed suspicious activity. The parents would then either decide to handle the situation when they got home or ask the officer to intervene.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: 769-3577
NOTE: Because it is always difficult to predict the amount of work this agency might experience at any given time, we can not guarantee this service. We will do our very best to provide it based upon available manpower.
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The department operating budget for 2006-2007 was $ 1,659,599.89
What would you do if a major fire, flood, earthquake, or toxic spill occurred near where you live or work?Although we can’t always prevent disaster, we can be prepared.Learn how to better protect yourself, your family and your property in a disaster.
Regulations: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Many employers now require people to be fingerprinted as part of a background investigation prior to beginning employment. The department will fingerprint anyone that resides in the Village of Massena or the Town of Massena at no charge. Those wishing to be fingerprinted will be required to present a photo-identification. An appointment is not required, but it is recommended to prevent long delays. We will direct those living outside the Village or Town of Massena to another agency.
TRIAD is a joint approach to crime issues which effect older citizens and the enhanced delivery of law enforcement services to these mature persons.
Massena's Level 3 Sex Offenders:
Anagnos, James A **Click Here**
Frego, Paul A **Click Here**
Gautheir, Jerry M **Click Here**
Herne, Marlene M **Click Here**
Jacobs, Scott M **Click Here**
Monroe, Carl E **Click Here**
Remington, Edward S **Click Here**
Sharlow, Richard L. **Click Here**
Terrance, Michael A. **Click Here**
How Do I...
DRUG TIP LINE:
How to Reclaim or Check Property or Evidence Held by Police:
Property recovered by police officers or citizens and evidence held by the police are stored in the department property/evidence rooms.The Property and Evidence Unit's main objective is to maintain and insure the integrity of those items needed as evidence for the judicial process. It is also our desire to securely store all items and reunite owners with the property that is rightfully theirs.
Found Property is held pursuant to Sections 251-258 of the Personal Property Law.
Inquiries into property or evidence can be made by contacting the department by phone or in person.
The Police Department Clerk issues New York State Handicapped Parking
Permits to qualified residents of the Village and Town of Massena. You
can pick up applications at the police station or download off line at:
NYDMV http://www.nydmv.state.ny.us/forms.htm.Bring the completed application
to the police department during normal business hours and the clerk will
issue a permit.
any employers now require people to be fingerprinted as part of a background investigation prior to beginning employment. The department will fingerprint anyone that resides in the Village of Massena or the Town of Massena at no charge. Those wishing to be fingerprinted will be required to present a photo-identification. An appointment is not required, but it is recommended to prevent long delays. We will direct those living outside the Village or Town of Massena to another agency.
The Massena Humane Society handles animal complaints for the Village
and Town of Massena. Call 764-1330. This includes domestic animals and
wildlife. If an emergency exist call 911. In cases of animal cruelty or dangerous dogs call Police at 769-3577.
Does your group or organization need a speaker or are you looking for
some law enforcement information? The department has many trained and
certified instructors with special knowledge about many different law
enforcement topics. Contact the Chief of Police to inquire and schedule
a speaker for your group or organization.
The police department can provide you with your criminal history information for charges which this department arrested you for only.NOTE:we can not provide you with a record from another police agency.This can be done by requesting the records by completing the department form which is located under “obtaining a police report or record” on this site.You will be required to show proper identification to obtain the information.
For a criminal history check which includes all of your arrest (including other police agencies) or to indicate that you have no criminal history anywhere, you must make this request to the Department of Criminal Justice Service in Albany.
This is done by requesting a Record Review Packet.For specifics on making this request go to:http://www.criminaljustice.state.ny.us/ojis/recordreview.htm
Massena Police Department - Town Hall, 60 Main Street - Massena, NY 13662 - 315.769.3577 - email@example.com
Monday, September 22, 2014
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