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Orange County Government
06/19/2020

Orange County Government

The Orange County Sheriff's Office, New York is holding its K-9 Patrol School and was out in the field on the Heritage Trail in Goshen on Friday.

Deputies and officers from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office , Delaware County Sheriff’s Office, Ulster County Sheriff’s Office, Town of Newburgh Police Department, City of Newburgh Police Department, Town of Haverstraw Police Department, Town of Clarkstown Police Department, Village of Washingtonville Police Department, Fallsburg Police Department and Peekskill Police Department are participating in training.

Sgt. Dustin Palen from the Orange County Sheriff’s office and Deputy Jeremy Yela serve as the head trainer and assistant trainer at the school. We are all proud of the work that Carl DuBois and the K-9 Division performs on a daily basis.

Sheriff DuBois is proud to recognize the graduates of today's DCJS Firearms Instructor Course: Derek J. Grant, New York ...
06/13/2020

Sheriff DuBois is proud to recognize the graduates of today's DCJS Firearms Instructor Course: Derek J. Grant, New York State University Police, Gregory J. Jurczak, Homeland Security Investigations, Aaron M. Reynolds, City of Beacon Police Department, Jason R. DeWitt, OCSO and Christopher DeSena, OCSO. Instructors: Deputies Shanley, Davis and Brooks. Photo Credit: OCSO DMO Scott Robertson.

Orange County K-9 Association
06/02/2020

Orange County K-9 Association

Took our pups out on the Hudson River today! Thank you to the Orange County Sheriff's Office, New York, Ulster County Sheriff's Office and Westchester County Police Department for use of their police boats! All of these K9s are in Patrol School working toward their certification as a new K-9 Team with their handlers. Training was conducted for marine operations with the K9s as well as environmental training.

June 1, 2020: Sheriff's Statement in Reference to Recent Protests.
06/01/2020

June 1, 2020: Sheriff's Statement in Reference to Recent Protests.

Deputy Dan Brown and Deputy Greg Kozloski are out on Marine 80 today. The Orange County Sheriff's Office patrols the Hud...
05/30/2020

Deputy Dan Brown and Deputy Greg Kozloski are out on Marine 80 today. The Orange County Sheriff's Office patrols the Hudson River every summer from Memorial Day through Labor Day, reminding residents and visitors of the importance of boater safety and keeping our waterways free from harm for everyone to enjoy.

Sheriff Carl E. DuBois and the entire Orange County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the local businesses who came t...
05/27/2020

Sheriff Carl E. DuBois and the entire Orange County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the local businesses who came together to donate delicious lunches to the members of the OCSO today. Many thanks to BNI Rainmakers, Food for Heroes Organization, Joseph Betro, owner of Delancey's Bar & Restaurant and the Country Club at Otterkill, Erin Pascual, owner of You're The Boss! Weddings & Events, Jordan Betro, owner of Jordan Betro Baking Co. and Dana Distributors.

Sheriff DuBois and the OCSO celebrated the efforts of Correction Officers yesterday as members of COBA and Trinity cooke...
05/21/2020

Sheriff DuBois and the OCSO celebrated the efforts of Correction Officers yesterday as members of COBA and Trinity cooked up some delicious BBQ outside the facility in honor of Correction Officer Appreciation Day. Every shift was able to grab some food on their meal break as thanks for their hard work and dedication during these extremely difficult times. Photo credit: OCSO DMO Scott Robertson.

John Jones and Lauren Savino of Orange County STOP DWI left a thank you sign at the Sheriff's Office last week. Today De...
05/18/2020

John Jones and Lauren Savino of Orange County STOP DWI left a thank you sign at the Sheriff's Office last week. Today Deputy Weiboldt delivered the sign to the Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler's Office to "thank it forward". Just a reminder that during these difficult times, kindness is essential! #youvebeenthanked #thankitforward

Orange County Deputy Sheriffs PBA
05/18/2020

Orange County Deputy Sheriffs PBA

We want to thank Village Pizza - Goshen, NY for the generous donation of several delicious pies! We promise...all of the Deputies are smiling under those masks! 🍕🍕🍕😷😷😷

David M. Hoovler Orange County DA
05/13/2020

David M. Hoovler Orange County DA

Every year since 1962 the second week of May is designated National Police Week. Today I along with Pike County (PA) District Attorney Ray Tonkin, OC Sheriff Carl DuBois, PJPD Chief William Worden, PA State Police, NY State Police and many other agencies were treated to a nice lunch from Dr. Bagel #1 Slice in Port Jervis. It’s always nice when local businesses show support for law enforcement!

Thank you to AXON for their donation of AXON AID PPE to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. #Axon #gotyoucovered
05/06/2020

Thank you to AXON for their donation of AXON AID PPE to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. #Axon #gotyoucovered

Sheriff Carl DuBois was joined by OC911 Commissioner Brendan Casey and Deputy Commissioner Craig Cherry as they extended...
05/05/2020

Sheriff Carl DuBois was joined by OC911 Commissioner Brendan Casey and Deputy Commissioner Craig Cherry as they extended their gratitude to Ben Barth and the Bruderhof Community today while unveiling this extraordinary sign. The sign was created to acknowledge the sacrifices made by all of the dedicated workers who provide essential services during this unprecedented time!
Thank you Ben and and the entire Bruderhof Community for being great neighbors!

Orange County Deputy Sheriffs PBA
05/03/2020

Orange County Deputy Sheriffs PBA

We want extend our extreme gratitude and appreciation to our community for the generous donation of food for dinner at our Jail and Patrol Division officers and Deputies! Hugs for Courage, We Have Your 6, Knights Order LEMC, Vigil Ance Lemc, Franks pizza, Sam's Meat Warehouse, Fidelium MC Hudson Valley, Hb lawncare&landscaping, Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery, Green Knights MC, & Souls of the Dead MC.

05/01/2020
The Orange County Sheriff's Office is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is full speed ahead here, even dur...
04/27/2020

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is full speed ahead here, even during this pandemic. Today, Sheriff DuBois welcomed five new municipal transfer hires to the position of Deputy Sheriff. PBA President, Deputy Jeremy Yela and Treasurer Sergeant Thomas Mallon joined the Sheriff in welcoming our newest members to the OCSO.

Gillin Custom Design
04/24/2020

Gillin Custom Design

We're ending our week with an awesome photo of the Washingtonville PD with their new masks on and our donation of 50 masks to the Orange County Sheriff's yesterday with Captain Arteta and Sheriff DuBois. We'll be doing more for the Sheriff's once we receive our supplies Monday. Be safe everyone!!

Rockland Report
04/19/2020

Rockland Report

Today we remember a giant in Rockland County Law Enforcement - Retired Rockland County Sheriff James Kralik of Sloatsburg, NY – (April 19, 1943 – July, 24 2017)

James Kralik known as “Cowboy Kralik,” retired from his post in 2011 after 49 years in the Rockland County Sheriff's Office, spending his final years in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where he owned a horse farm. He was a licensed battlefield guide, frequently guiding tours on horseback. Kralik had been chief of patrol for two decades before being elected sheriff in November, 1991. He will be remembered for the steps he took to unify Rockland’s police and bring federal funding to the area.

He started back in November of 1962 and “the first night, I had to be told my shift was over and to come in,” Kralik said. He immediately became aware of how each town police department was separate from one another and refused to work over town lines. “There was an imaginary line that was a true barrier,” Kralik said, adding, “that is not what I think we should be doing, so I spent my whole law enforcement career trying to change that”

Kralik also pulled in $16 million of federal grant money to be distributed throughout law enforcement in Rockland.

“Rockland County is one of the safest counties in the world, that's not an accident," says Rockland County Executive Ed Day. "That comes from a band of brothers in law enforcement, but you have to have leaders and Jim Kralik was second to none in that aspect."

It was announced in August of 2018 that the Rockland County sheriff’s complex will be renamed in his memory. The complex will include the Sheriff’s administration offices, jail, and radio room. Kralik, started the Mounted Police Foundation of Rockland County, and that legacy lives on to this day.

04/15/2020
David M. Hoovler Orange County DA

David M. Hoovler Orange County DA

DA Hoovler Warns Public to be
Vigilant for Coronavirus Scams

The Unscrupulous Are Preying on People’s Fears of COVID-19

Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, on April 15, 2020, issued a warning to Orange County’s citizens to be on the lookout for scams related to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Since the crisis began, many people have been taken in by fraudulent claims or offers of goods and services, supposedly meant to assist in dealing with COVID-19.

According to the Federal Trade Commission, some of those scams include:

• Offers of Checks. Texts, emails, or phone calls may offer to provide you with a check, as part of the COVID-19 response, but, in reality, the scammer is seeking some form of personal information from you, or to infect your computer with malware.
• Offers for Vaccinations or Home Test Kits. At present, nothing has been shown to be effective in treating or preventing COVID-19, and any offer of such a product is fraudulent.
• “Robocalls.” Scammers are using electronic calling to offer fraudulent products such as insurance or various work-at-home schemes.
• Emails Claiming to be From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Emails saying that they are from those organizations may be attempts to get you to provide personal information to the scammer or to infect your computer.
• Donations. Many scammers are setting themselves up as charitable organizations, seeking donations for those who work against the virus.
• Offers of Products. Some scammers are offering reduced-rate products, which are never delivered.
Citizens should be cautious of any post on social media having to do with the coronavirus outbreak. False claims in those postings are frequently used as the means to draw in unsuspecting victims. In short, citizens should beware of any contact that offers to provide them with assistance against the pandemic. As usual, if you did not solicit an offer, you should ignore it, and you should keep your computer’s security software up-to-date.

“As with any crisis,” said District Attorney Hoovler, “scammers are coming out of the woodwork to play on our uncertainties about this virus. That means that we all need to be more cautious than ever about offers for goods or services that supposedly will help us through the pandemic. As always, if an offer sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is. Please be careful, and if you’re taken by one of the scams, call the police. And, above, all, stay healthy.”

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Thank you ServPro and the Johnson family for helping our Deputies, Correction Officers, and those we transport stay safe...
04/14/2020

Thank you ServPro and the Johnson family for helping our Deputies, Correction Officers, and those we transport stay safe.

Today we had the honor to proactively disinfect the Orange County Sheriff's Office, New York vehicles! Thank you for all that you are doing for our county! Stay safe! #SERVPROosu #HeretoHelp #Disinfect #FirstResponders #OrangeCountyNY

Crawford PD
04/14/2020

Crawford PD

On April 13, 2020 at about 11:02 a.m. the Town of Crawford Police Department responded to a report of shots fired into a residence on Bible Camp Road in the Town of Crawford.

The homeowner entered their residence when multiple gunshots rang out striking the front of the residence. Responding officers secured the scene and requested a K-9 unit from the Orange County Sheriff's office.

The OCSO K-9 responded and tracked to a location. Investigators from the Crawford and New York State Police processed the scene and conducted interviews developing information. The investigation in combination with the K9 track led to an application for a search warrant for a residence on County Route 48 in the Town of Crawford.

The search warrant was executed by members of the Orange County Special Operations Group, Crawford Police and the New York State Police. The search warrant resulted in the recovery of 11 firearms and ammunition.

Mario V Fiorletta, 56 of Thompson Ridge was arrested and charged with Reckless Endangerment in the First Degree, Criminal Contempt in the first degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Third Degree and Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree. Fiorletta was arraigned and released to appear in court on a future date.

Mr. Fiorletta’s release was mandatory under Bail reform legislation that was passed by the State of New York Legislators.

A criminal charge is merely an allegation that a defendant has committed a violation of the criminal law, and it is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are presumed innocent and entitled o a fair trial, during which it will be the State of New York’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Town of Chester Police Department NY
04/05/2020

Town of Chester Police Department NY

UPDATE: Sunday 4/5 at 3:55pm
The children have been located in the Town of Deerpark and are fine. Thank you to everyone who offered to help search and who provided us with places to check.

The three children in the photo ran away from a foster home on Greycourt Road this afternoon. If you’ve seen them, please call the Town of Chester Police Department NY at (845)469-9311 or call 911. The area around the foster home has been searched extensively by multiple agencies without finding them. They were on foot and believed to have headed towards the Heritage Trail. They are fairly new to Chester and have no known friends in the area.

Sheriff Carl E. DuBois speaking to the City of Newburgh residents at a media conference in Goshen, Saturday March 28, 20...
03/29/2020

Sheriff Carl E. DuBois speaking to the City of Newburgh residents at a media conference in Goshen, Saturday March 28, 2020.

New York State Police
03/23/2020

New York State Police

State Police continue to receive inquiries from the public on travel restrictions in New York State.
At this time, there are NO travel restrictions or travel bans on New York State roadways.
We do however, encourage everyone to stay at home unless travel is absolutely necessary, and make sure to practice social distancing when necessary.

Update on scheduled Police Officer and Deputy Sheriff Agility tests:
03/23/2020

Update on scheduled Police Officer and Deputy Sheriff Agility tests:

03/20/2020
David M. Hoovler Orange County DA

David M. Hoovler Orange County DA

Important Orange County Phone Numbers:

Orange County Health Hotline 845-291-2330 (open 9am-5pm)

NYS COVID-19 Hotline 1-888-364-3065 (open 24 hours)

Anthony Wayne Testing Area 888-364-3065

Orange County Government
845-291-4000

Business Concerns 845-360-0231

Orange County Crisis Hotline (Help with Food)
800-832-1200

Senior Food 845-615-3700

Orange & Rockland 877-434-4100

Consumer Affairs Complaints
845-360-6700 (open 24 hours)

Orange County, NY Department of Health
03/18/2020

Orange County, NY Department of Health

New York State is now providing drive-thru Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing by appointment only at the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, located off the Palisades Interstate Parkway. Should residents have general questions or need information about scheduling an appointment, contact the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) 2019 Novel Coronavirus hotline at 1-888-364-3065 to speak with an NYSDOH expert who will your answer questions.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is interested in hiring full time lateral transfers from Orange County Police Departm...
03/17/2020

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is interested in hiring full time lateral transfers from Orange County Police Departments. A minimum of 3 years experience is required. Applications should be downloaded at www.orangecountygov.com (Click on Departments, then Human Resources) and should be sent via mail to the Orange County Sheriff's Office 110 Wells Farm Road, Goshen NY 10924 Attn: Chief Barry.

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110 Wells Farm Rd
Goshen, NY
10924

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