Lackawanna Police Department

Lackawanna Police Department Public Safety for the City of Lackawanna

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12/14/2021

On behalf of the fine men and women of the Lackawanna Police Department, we would like to personally thank everyone in our great community that assisted in any way towards making Shop With a Cop such a successful event. We were able to brighten the holiday season for 50 children. Whether you assisted monetarily or gave your time, it was very much appreciated. With the support of Mayor Iafallo, Chief Packard, and Director of Public Safety John Wolf, our department has made a strong effort to strengthen police - community relationships.

Please enjoy this video. Hopefully, it brightens your holiday spirit as much as it did for all of our officers.

Warmest wishes of the season from our family to yours!

Sincerely,
Ptlm. Keith Kwiatkowski and Ptlm. Cait Jaworski

Tis the season....to "Shop with a Cop."Take a peek and see what this was all about!!πŸ˜€
12/10/2021
WKBW - Shop With A Cop

Tis the season....to "Shop with a Cop."
Take a peek and see what this was all about!!πŸ˜€

"Shop with a Cop" -Lackawanna Police Edition! On 12/3/2021 and 12/7/2021 officers from our department did their best to ...
12/10/2021

"Shop with a Cop" -Lackawanna Police Edition!

On 12/3/2021 and 12/7/2021 officers from our department did their best to spread holiday cheer and had an absolute blast shopping with a total of 51 students from the Lackawanna School District.

A big thanks to several businesses and members throughout our awesome community for making donations. Without you all, we never would have been able to pull this off. Shout out to Target in Orchard Park for welcoming us in with open arms, you guys rock! Also, check our Jerry Hughes and Levi Wallace from the Buffalo Bills who came out to hang with us. Not sure who had more fun, us or the students.

On behalf of the Lackawanna Police Department- Happy Holidays, from us to you.

10/16/2021
πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†THEY’RE BACK πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†The Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt begins TODAY and runs through August 30th, 2021. The Lackawanna Polic...
08/16/2021

πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†THEY’RE BACK πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†

The Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt begins TODAY and runs through August 30th, 2021. The Lackawanna Police Department has cleverly hid 12 ducks, including 1 lucky duck inside Galanti Park. If you find the LUCKY DUCK (see photo), snap a photo of it and visit the Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt page. Use the link to submit your photo to be entered into the drawing. http://cpdny.org/Ducks/

There are signs posted at the entrance of Galanti Park and near the playground.

Remember, we kindly ask that you not remove the ducks from the park so everyone may have the opportunity to participate in the hunt! Good Luck! πŸ€

THE DUCKS ARE BACK Sunday August 15- Sunday August 29
08/11/2021

THE DUCKS ARE BACK Sunday August 15- Sunday August 29

THE DUCKS ARE BACK Sunday August 15- Sunday August 29

These 3 got separated from their humans and are in the pound. If they are yours contact Lackawanna Animal Control (716) ...
08/06/2021

These 3 got separated from their humans and are in the pound. If they are yours contact Lackawanna Animal Control (716) 827-6412

Photos from Lackawanna NY - City Government's post
08/06/2021

Photos from Lackawanna NY - City Government's post

Photos from Victory Sports Global Outreach Inc.'s post
08/06/2021

Photos from Victory Sports Global Outreach Inc.'s post

07/28/2021
07/28/2021
07/28/2021
07/07/2021

Brielle was located safe and sound last night and returned home to her family. Thank you

The Lackawanna Police Dept. Is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. Brielle Smith, a black female ...
07/06/2021

The Lackawanna Police Dept. Is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. Brielle Smith, a black female age 11, 5'5" tall and weighing approximately 150 lbs. left her residence at around 10:30 pm on 7/5/21. Please call 822-4900 or dial 911 if you have any information.

The Lackawanna Police Dept. Is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. Brielle Smith, a black female age 11, 5'5" tall and weighing approximately 150 lbs. left her residence at around 10:30 pm on 7/5/21. Please call 822-4900 or dial 911 if you have any information.

Learn 2 Play Summer Youth Sports Program off to a great start.
06/28/2021

Learn 2 Play Summer Youth Sports Program off to a great start.

***SHYLAH HAS BEEN LOCATED AND IS SAFE! THANK YOU EVERYONE***The Lackawanna Police Department is asking for assistance f...
05/18/2021

***SHYLAH HAS BEEN LOCATED AND IS SAFE! THANK YOU EVERYONE***

The Lackawanna Police Department is asking for assistance from the public in locating a missing person. The mother of Shylah Baca last had contact with her daughter on 5/15/2021. She may be in the Angola/Evans area. Shylah is 20 years old,has both nostrils pierced and a small tattoo on the inside of her left wrist. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lackawanna Police Department at (716) 822-4900 or Evans Police at (716) 549-3600.

The Lackawanna Police Department is attempting to identify the individual in the photos in regards to a larceny that occ...
04/28/2021

The Lackawanna Police Department is attempting to identify the individual in the photos in regards to a larceny that occurred April 24 at OLV Church parking lot. If you have any information contact Det. Milkowski 827-6411.

The Lackawanna Police Department is attempting to identify the individual in the photos in regards to a larceny that occ...
04/27/2021

The Lackawanna Police Department is attempting to identify the individual in the photos in regards to a larceny that occurred April 24 at OLV Church parking lot. If you have any information contact Det. Milkowski 827-6411.

02/23/2021

*** FOUND PROPERTY ***
A Citizen has turned a pair of Apple Airpods found on Ridge Rd in the 1st Ward into the Lackawanna Police Department. If they are yours and you can provide proof of ownership contact the Lackawanna Police Identification Bureau at 827-6415

02/11/2021

The Lackawanna Police Dept. is in the process of starting a new program to help fight crime. We are looking for business owners and homeowners who have video surveillance systems showing exterior footage that may be useful in an investigation. (wireless cameras, ring doorbells Etc.) All who participate will remain anonymous. The database will include the name, address and phone number of the participant and will only be available to the Police Dept. This program is voluntary and with your assistance we can all help fight crime. Please contact any Detective at 827-6411, 827-6402 or 827-6495. If you know anyone who has a camera but does not follow Facebook, Please pass this along

02/11/2021

A reminder to the general public. Please DO NOT leave your car running unattended. Not only is it a violation of Vehicle & Traffic Law 1210A but there have been an increase of victims having their car stolen. The City of Lackawanna has had a few incidents of this taking place recently. This crime is occurring in Cities, towns and villages all over Erie County. I know it's cold out there and we all can't move to Florida, but shutting your car off and locking your doors will prevent a lot of future grief.

12/30/2020

The Lackawanna Police Dept. is in the process of updating it's database of emergency contact information of businesses in our city. If you operate a business in Lackawanna and would like to be included please contact LPD on the non-emergency line 822-4900. Have a safe & Happy New Year!

12/30/2020

The Lackawanna Police Dept. is in the process of starting a new program to help fight crime. We are looking for business owners and homeowners who have video surveillance systems showing exterior footage that may be useful in an investigation. (wireless cameras, ring doorbells Etc.) All who participate will remain anonymous. The database will include the name, address and phone number of the participant and will only be available to the Police Dept. This program is voluntary and with your assistance we can all help fight crime. Please contact any Detective at 827-6411, 827-6402 or 827-6495

A family of Rubber Duckies 🐀 are here visiting some of our Western New York parks!! Unfortunately some have gotten lost!...
08/06/2020

A family of Rubber Duckies 🐀 are here visiting some of our Western New York parks!! Unfortunately some have gotten lost!! Can you help our local Police Departments find all the ducks? The Lackawanna Police Department is participating in a WNY Rubber Ducky Scavenger Hunt along with other police agencies. Each department has hidden rubber ducks in their local parks. The LPD thought this was a fun, safe and active way to engage with the community during the pandemic. Please do not take or touch the ducks so everyone can enjoy the hunt during the pandemic. The LUCKY DUCK 🐀 you are looking for will have the Lackawanna Police patch proudly displayed. Take a picture of him and submit the picture to the Lucky Duck page to be entered for a prize!

08/03/2020
Larceny

The LPD is attrempting to identify the white female wearing all black in the video. The Hamburglar is wanted for questioning in a larceny that occured on 7/31 at McDonalds on Abbott Rd. Contact Det. Pietras 827-6495

The Lackawanna Police Dept. is looking for assistance with a missing person. Twain Buchanan, age 30 b/m 5' 10", approxim...
06/12/2020

The Lackawanna Police Dept. is looking for assistance with a missing person. Twain Buchanan, age 30 b/m 5' 10", approximately 190 Lbs. tattoo "Bless" right hand, birth mark under left eye, was last seen 6/6/20 on Abbott Rd. near Martin Rd. May possible be in Niagara Falls area. Contact Det Milkowski 827-6411

Thank you Steel City Pub for providing lunch today for the LPD! Once again it is our pleasure to serve this community!
05/13/2020

Thank you Steel City Pub for providing lunch today for the LPD! Once again it is our pleasure to serve this community!

04/27/2020

The Lackawanna Police Department has been fortunate to have received several donations during the COVID-19 pandemic. We would like thank the following organizations as well as many individuals who anonymously donated medical masks,soup, baked goods and other treats:

Mr. Brian Bischoff
Innoseic 3-D Company
235 Main St
Tonawanda,NY
Donated 25 face shields

Yeti V**e
1385 Abbott Rd
Lackawanna,NY
Donated hand sanitizer

Lackawanna Youth Diamond Sports (LYDS)
3401 South Park Ave
Lackawanna,NY
Bella Pizza
3330 South Park Ave
Lackawanna,NY
Donated lunch to all three platoons of the LPD

It is our honor to serve this community!

03/30/2020
Lackawanna Recreation Department - NY

Lackawanna Recreation Department - NY

PLAYGROUNDS CLOSED
Just a reminder to Lackawanna residents that all playgrounds in the city are closed until further notice. If anyone sees people gathering on the playground for any purpose, please call the Lackawanna Police at 822-4900.

"I think bail reform is going to carry with it a death count," said Judge Vincent Dinolfo. "Some of the people who overd...
03/11/2020
Bail reform takes away incentive for opioid court, enrollment drops 90%

"I think bail reform is going to carry with it a death count," said Judge Vincent Dinolfo. "Some of the people who overdosed and died may have been reached."

Rochester, N. Y. - Those behind a program to help he**in addicts receive treatment after being arrested say it is being impacted by unintended consequences of bail reform. "I think bail reform is going to carry with it a death count," said Judge Vincent Dinolfo, who oversees all diversion courts. Tw...

Big risks in discovery reform; N.Y.’s new law tips the balance way too far in favor of defendants
01/03/2020
Big risks in discovery reform; N.Y.’s new law tips the balance way too far in favor of defendants

Big risks in discovery reform; N.Y.’s new law tips the balance way too far in favor of defendants

Police Commissioner James O’Neill has spoken up about serious problems in the bail-reform legislation that was passed as part of the state budget. The Legislature curtailed the ability of judges to assign bail regardless of the risk to public safety or the record of the accused.

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The Lackawanna Police are at it again... The Lackawanna Police Department teamed up with Buffalo Bills, Micah Hyde and the Imagine for Youth Foundation- Kicks for Kids, to make another 153 kiddos happier than ever to finish up this holiday season. The foundation donated 153 pairs of Nike sneakers to several students in our Lackawanna School District, along with a drawstring bag filled with goodies and an autographed picture of Micah Hyde. The Lackawanna Police hosted a drive thru event where Premium Coffee and Pat's Fresh Popped Kettle Corn tagged along for the ride, giving each participant kettle corn and hot chocolate. You can't forget about Santa, who also made an appearance! Check out the video below, compliments of Croom Photos. Be on the lookout for more pictures to follow!! :)
On behalf of the fine men and women of the Lackawanna Police Department, we would like to personally thank everyone in our great community that assisted in any way towards making Shop With a Cop such a successful event. We were able to brighten the holiday season for 50 children. Whether you assisted monetarily or gave your time, it was very much appreciated. With the support of Mayor Iafallo, Chief Packard, and Director of Public Safety John Wolf, our department has made a strong effort to strengthen police - community relationships. Please enjoy this video. Hopefully, it brightens your holiday spirit as much as it did for all of our officers. Warmest wishes of the season from our family to yours! Sincerely, Ptlm. Keith Kwiatkowski and Ptlm. Cait Jaworski
Tis the season....to "Shop with a Cop." Take a peek and see what this was all about!!πŸ˜€
"Shop with a Cop" -Lackawanna Police Edition! On 12/3/2021 and 12/7/2021 officers from our department did their best to spread holiday cheer and had an absolute blast shopping with a total of 51 students from the Lackawanna School District. A big thanks to several businesses and members throughout our awesome community for making donations. Without you all, we never would have been able to pull this off. Shout out to Target in Orchard Park for welcoming us in with open arms, you guys rock! Also, check our Jerry Hughes and Levi Wallace from the Buffalo Bills who came out to hang with us. Not sure who had more fun, us or the students. On behalf of the Lackawanna Police Department- Happy Holidays, from us to you.
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πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†THEY’RE BACK πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦†πŸ¦† The Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt begins TODAY and runs through August 30th, 2021. The Lackawanna Police Department has cleverly hid 12 ducks, including 1 lucky duck inside Galanti Park. If you find the LUCKY DUCK (see photo), snap a photo of it and visit the Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt page. Use the link to submit your photo to be entered into the drawing. http://cpdny.org/Ducks/ There are signs posted at the entrance of Galanti Park and near the playground. Remember, we kindly ask that you not remove the ducks from the park so everyone may have the opportunity to participate in the hunt! Good Luck! πŸ€
THE DUCKS ARE BACK Sunday August 15- Sunday August 29