EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1
PLEASE REMEMBER 911 IS ONLY FOR EMERGENCIES - NON-EMERGENCY 516-883-0500 (Phone Directory)
Have information on a crime use our TIPS formto help us solve it. - Do NOT use this form to report an emergency dial 9-1-1
If you have a power outage do not call the police or 911. Report outage by calling 800-490-0075 or PSEG offers numerous ways to report your outage including your smart phone
What are the rules? Junior Permit - Junior License - Senior License see NYS Department of Motor Vehicles.
Child ID app—the first mobile application created by the FBI—provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about your children so that it’s literally right at hand if you need it. More information on FBI's Site
Sex offender locator now available via Facebook Facebook users can now access information about medium- and high-risk sex offenders living in their neighborhood, next to their workplace or near their child’s school with just a few clicks – and without leaving the popular social networking site.
See Something, Say Something
Safeguard New York is an outreach initiative designed to educate individuals, community groups and other public and private sector organizations on how to recognize and report suspicious activity.
Port Washington School District website: http://www.portnet.k12.ny.us
AAA School's Open Fact Sheet
The majority of child pedestrian fatalities occur at non-intersections. Contributing factors include a child's tendency to dart into the street without looking for oncoming traffic and little instruction for children on the right way to cross the street.
Tip Line Targets Illegal Guns
The Board of Commissioners and Chief Kilfoil of the Port Washington Police District continue to be proactive in their approach to bikes and wheel sport safety. All residents of our community play an important role in helping to ensure those on bicycles and wheeled devices are safe. Please read the following safe riding tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In addition, please visit www.safeny.ny.gov/bike-vt.htm to familiarize yourself with NYS Bicycle Laws.
In 2001, the National SAFE KIDS Campaign collected and analyzed data from more than 9,000 walkability checks completed by parents and children across the country. The survey findings reveal that nearly 60 percent of parents and children encountered at least one serious hazard along their routes to school.