55 New Hempstead Road
New City, NY 10956
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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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05/27/2015

 
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Sheriff Falco's Safety Tip Of The Month

Home Repair Scams

Homeowners are cautioned against the usual home improvement scams that are common during this season. Every homeowner looks for good deals in repairs and improvements. But bargain repairs usually aren't bargains and low prices for normally expensive jobs signal fraud. Be aware of some of the most common schemes used by contractors who say:
"I just happen to be working in your neighborhood."
"I have materials left over from another job."
"I need the cash up front."
"I have a special offer that's good for today only."
"I can help you finance the project."

"I want to use your home as a model."

Do not let unknown workers into the house.

If the deal is too is too good to be true it probably isn’t true.  


Always:

Obtain references from your contractor.

Check to see how long your contractor has been in business.

Determine if any complaints have been registered against the contractor with the Office of Consumer Protection.

Ensure that the contract is clearly written and includes all relevant information.