It is the mission of the Sheriff’s Office
to serve and protect all the residents of Rockland
County. It is dedicated to the protection of life
and property, reduction of crime through patrol and
enforcement; and the provision of a safer
environment in which our citizens can live, work and
pursue a better quality of life.
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The Rockland Sheriff’s Office is
comprised of four divisions; Police, Civil, Corrections,
Additionally, the Sheriff’s Office is in the
forefront of protecting our citizens and critical
infrastructure from acts of domestic and international
terrorism and is responsible for enforcement of state
and county laws, serving civil process, operation of the
correctional facility, the county communications center
and the transportation of prisoners within the county.
The Office also
maintains several special units which include; Crime
Scene, Bomb/Fire Investigation, K9, Tactical, Marine,
Mounted, and Computer Crimes, working closely with our
local, state and federal partners.
The people of Rockland County
can be confident in the fact that the members of the
Sheriff’s Office, Civil, Communications, Corrections and
Police divisions, along with our dedicated support staff
will never waiver in our obligation to provide the very
best in public safety services to every child, woman and
man in our community.
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Holiday Shopping Safety tips from Sheriff
Keep all car doors
locked and windows closed while in or out of
your car. Set your alarm or use an
Do not leave packages
or valuables on the seat of your car. This
creates a temptation for thieves. If you
must leave something in the car, lock it in
the trunk or put it out of sight.
Remove valuables and
items with personal information such as
wallets, purses, cell phones, check books
and any electronic devices.
Never leave spare
keys, valet keys, or garage door openers
inside your vehicle.
Only carry the credit
cards you will be using as well as any cash
you may need. Leave all other documents in a
safe place at home.
Avoid driving alone or
must shop at night, park in a well-lighted
Avoid parking next to
vans, trucks with camper shells, or cars
with tinted windows.
Park as close as you
can to your destination and take notice of
where you parked.
Never leave your car
unoccupied with the motor running or with
Be sure to locate your
keys prior to going to your car.
Keep a secure hold on
your purse, handbag and parcels. Do not put
them down or on top of the car in order to
open the door.
When approaching or
leaving your vehicle, be aware of your
your cell phone be a distraction while you
are out and about.
Do not approach your
car alone if there are suspicious people in
or store security for an escort before
leaving your shopping location.