Information about the academy, counter terrorism, crime prevention (business, general, Halloween, school safety, conflict resolution, drugs, juvenile crime, preparedness, violence), criminal investigation, firearms, forensic science, NYS criminal justice links, public information office (media releases dating back to 2000 are available and crime prevention guidelines), publications, safe NYS/crime watch listing contact information to report a crime or call for help, schools and communities, specialized services, ticket inquiries, traffic safety, traffic management, and wanted & missing.
This agency is responsible for the confinement and rehabilitation of approximately 53,000 individuals under custody held at 54 state facilities and 36,000 parolees supervised throughout seven regional offices.
The Westchester County Department of Correction (WCDOC) serves the public by providing an efficient, secure and humane means of detaining individuals with criminal matters pending in Westchester County.
These guidelines are for use by officers and employees of the U.S. Department of Justice investigative, prosecutorial, correctional, and parole components in the treatment of victims of and witnesses to crime.
The Guidelines are being rolled out to the Department in a series of mandatory trainings for all those whose work affects victims and witnesses, including criminal prosecutors, law enforcement agents, and victim assistance personnel.
Information about the commission, contacting the commission, guidelines, newsletter, rules of practice & procedure, publications (guidelines manuals & amendments, publications & resource guide, federal sentencing statistics, reports to congress, annual reports & statistical sourcebooks, research projects & working group reports, guideline application frequencies), education and training (office of education & sentencing practice, guidelines educational materials, annual national seminar materials, guidelines training videotapes, guidelines worksheets, court decisions, training opportunities / announcements), organizational guidelines, and booker Fanfan issues.
A unique law enforcement agency in the United States Department of Justice that protects our communities from violent criminals, criminal organizations, the illegal use and trafficking of firearms, the illegal use and storage of explosives, acts of arson and bombings, acts of terrorism, and the illegal diversion of alcohol and tobacco products. We partner with communities, industries, law enforcement, and public safety agencies to safeguard the public we serve through information sharing, training, research, and use of technology.
The site links to its legislative resources page listing congressional testimony, drug factsheets, DEA programs, DEA office locations, DEA staffing and budget, DEA diversion, Freedom of Information Act, Control Substances Act, Anti-legalization information, and DEA training).
The FBI's mission is to help protect you, your communities, and your businesses from the most dangerous threats facing our nation—from international and domestic terrorists to spies on U.S. soil…from cyber villains to corrupt government officials…from mobsters to violent gangs…from child predators to serial killers. Learn more here about our work with law enforcement and intelligence partners across the country and around the globe.
Department of Justice, Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, US Citizen and Immigration Services, Department of Labor, Department of Commerce, U.S. Immigration & Custom Enforcement, Census Bureau, Social Security Administration, Department of Health & Human Services.
Robbery Prevention Tips, Operation Speak Up, Holiday Safety Tips, Use Your Car Keys as an Alarm
Larcenies of electronic Global Positioning Systems.
Topics also include: ATM Safety & Security Tips, Auto Theft, Child Safety on the Internet, Fraud Prevention Tips, Tips for Children, Tips for Senior Citizens, Telemarking Scams, Secure Your Home, Crime Prevention at Work, Babysitter's Guide To Being Safe, Tips against Carjacking, Tips against Identity Theft, Unwanted Marketing & Solicitations, and more.
It lists links to the Westchester County local police departments (in alphabetical order), New York State Agencies (police, homeland security, corrections, wanted fugitives, Amber Alert system, victim information and notification everyday, etc.), United States government (homeland security, Department of Justice, FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, United States Secret Services, etc.), the Victims Assistance Services (My Sister's Place, Northern Westchester Shelter, NYC Administration for Children's Services, NYC Office to Combat Domestic Violence, NYS Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, NYS Crime Victims Board, NYS Better Business Bureau Regarding Identity Theft, United States Department of Justice - Violence Against Women Office, National Domestic Violence Hotline, Simon Wiesenthal Center, and National Center for Victims of Crimes), and other websites (Protecting Youth - Cyberbullying, gang prevention, and Drug & Alcohol Use Prevention).
Calls, e-mails and text messages to these tip lines are confidential. Tipsters can remain anonymous if they chose. The website links to Civil Unit (facts, Sheriff's sales, sheriff's notices of sale), pistol licensing unit, taxi and limousine commission (applications, rules & regulations, file a complaint, and contact information), tip lines, operation safe child, employment, preventing crime (protecting yourself, your home & family, fighting crime, gang prevention, rape and sexual assault, domestic violence, identity theft, and child abuse), Homeland Security, Environmental Security, Law Enforcement Explorer Post, County Road Conditions, and Shared Services & Programs.