Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department Maple Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY10706 The central offices of the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson's police department are located in the Hastings Municipal…More Building on Maple Avenue. There are currently 18 active officers in the department, including chief of police, David Bloomer. The village owns eight cars (five of which are patrol cars). Their predominant mission is to maintain peace and order in the village, responding to approximately 5,500 requests for service every year. There is an officer available to handle emergencies at all times.
The Village of Irvington Police Department has 21 officers. The Chief of Police is Michael Cerone, Lieutenant is…More Michael Morano and the Sergeants are Michael Foley and Raube McDaniels. Chief Cerone is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.</p>
<p>Their departments include: youth, patrol, detective, safety-seat installation, vin etching, bike unit and a boat task force.</p>
<p>The department takes pride in responding quickly to a variety of calls and are extremely community oriented. The Irvington PD sponsors recreation programs and four officers also coach high school sports. It also has four DARE-certified officers. </p>
The Dobbs Ferry Police Department is housed on the first floor of the municipal building on Main St., and is made-up…More of 28 full-time officers, about half of whom are locals. The department is comprised of multiple divisions, including patrol, youth, detective, motorcycle patrol, boat patrol, and a certified child safety-seat technician. There are also two officers certified to teach DARE in public schools.</p>
<p>The response time of this team is very short, usually dispatching an officer to an area of need within two minutes. There are generally four police cars on active duty at all times, within the 2.5 square mile radius of Dobbs Ferry. The Dobbs Ferry Police Department has 10 marked cars and several unmarked vehicles. </p>