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The Sheriff and his Deputies devote the majority of their time and effort to crime prevention, law enforcement and the administration of criminal justice.  In fact, the New York, Sheriff's are at the very heart of the state's criminal justice system......

Sheriff Louis Falco III was elected November 08, 2011. He is a lifelong resident of Rockland County. He joined the County Sheriff’s Office in 1978 as a clerk/dispatcher. In January 1980, he accepted an appointment to the Deputy Sheriff/ Civil position and later in December 1980 was selected as a Deputy Sheriff/Patrol Officer. In 1984 Patrol Officer Falco was assigned along with Patrol Officer Peters to start the Police Division Marine Unit which took on the task of patrolling 33 miles of the Rockland County Hudson River shore line. In 1989 Patrol Officer Falco was promoted to Detective and in 1996 to the rank of Sergeant. In 1998 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and in 2005 became Detective Lieutenant. During his tenure as Detective Lieutenant he established a Video Forensic unit and a Polygraph unit which will assist all local police agencies with investigations. In December 2007 he was promoted to the rank of Captain and in March 2009 he was promoted to the rank of Chief of the Police Division. During his career Sheriff Falco worked for three different Sheriffs. He has been recognized by various community organizations and has received numerous awards from police organizations like the Elks Law Enforcement Awards Committee and the Rockland County Patrolman’s Benevolent Organization.
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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.