13675 Police Department

Find 13675 state and local police departments, precincts, stations, auxillary police, police officers, chiefs, and detectives. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, police dispatch, police impounds, and police services.


Alexandria Bay Village Police 110 Walton Street Alexandria Bay NY 13607 4.8 miles from 13675 315-482-2211


Village of Philadelphia 56 Main Street Philadelphia NY 13673 11.0 miles from 13675 315-642-3452

Clayton Village Police Department 425 Mary Street Clayton NY 13624 12.1 miles from 13675 315-686-3222

Gouverneur Police Department 33 Clinton Street Gouverneur NY 13642 19.0 miles from 13675 315-287-2121

Watertown Police Chief 751 Waterman Drive Watertown NY 13601 21.7 miles from 13675 315-786-2610

Carthage Police Department 120 South Mechanic Street Carthage NY 13619 24.1 miles from 13675 315-493-1141

Ogdensburg Police Department 800 Park Street Ogdensburg NY 13669 34.1 miles from 13675 315-393-1555

Lowville Village Police Department 5535 Bostwick Street Lowville NY 13367 38.1 miles from 13675 315-376-6511

Canton Police Station 60 Main Street Canton NY 13617 39.2 miles from 13675 315-386-4561

Potsdam Police Department 29 Elm Street Potsdam NY 13676 50.3 miles from 13675 315-265-2121

Pulaski Police Department 4917 Jefferson Street Pulaski NY 13142 51.1 miles from 13675 315-298-7525

Norwood Village Police Department 13 Bernard Avenue Norwood NY 13668 52.8 miles from 13675 315-353-2372

Norfolk Police Department 5 West Main Street Norfolk NY 13667 55.4 miles from 13675 315-384-4200

What does it mean for a Police Department to be accredited?

Accredited Police Departments have gone through the accrediting process of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). CALEA is a non-profit professional organization that assesses the policies and procedures of law enforcement agencies. Accredited Police Departments are considered to have implemented best practices in law enforcement.

What is Community Policing?

Community Policing is an approach to public safety that involves building relationships between the Police and individuals and groups in a community to help solve problems and prevent crime. Community Policing is intended to be proactive in nature by addressing social disorder and other causes of crime.

What kinds of special purpose districts have Police Departments?

In addition to state, county, and local Police forces, states often confer police powers to other government agencies and entities. Special purpose Police Departments are commonly found at universities and colleges, transit authorities, port authorities, airports, and conservation agencies.