55 New Hempstead Road
New City, NY 10956
Phone: (845) 638-5400
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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, and Communications.  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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Sheriff Falco's Safety Tip Of The Month

Phone Scams

Complaints have been received from county residents on the following Phone Calls:

 

1.       Phone calls have been received from parties claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service. The potential victims are told that they owe back taxes and will avoid arrest by going to the nearby store and sending out a Money order through Green Dot for the amount owed. If they failed to do so, the police would come and arrest them.

 

2.        Another version is a call to an elderly adult from a person claiming to be a grandchild or a relative. The victim is conned into believing that the grandchild is in trouble and is in jail and needs money urgently to post bail. The potential victim is then requested to send the money immediately through Western Union.

 

3.       Yet another version is a call from a person claiming to be from the Sheriff’s Office advising the potential victim that there is an outstanding warrant for their arrest. However in order to avoid arrest the victim would need to send the requested amount of money by money order to a specified location.   

 

Sheriff Falco is asking all residents not to engage these callers or meet any demands.