The responsibilities of the Staff Services Division are diverse in nature. Briefly stated, they are to support the line functions of the department, oversee the purchase and implementation of department equipment and provide the services of the following specialized units to our community.
The Greenburgh Police Department is headed by Detective Michael Marino and Systems Administrator Frank DellAccio.
The Information Technology personnel are responsible for:
- The Computer-Aided Dispatch and Records Management Systems
- Maintenance of the department’s I.T. network including security
- Police in-car mobile devices
- License Plate Reader technology
- Other associated equipment which puts our department on the cutting edge of law enforcement technology
The Multi-Jurisdictional Ceremonial Unit is tasked with providing ceremonial support for special events and memorials in the Town and it's Villages.
The Greenburgh Police Department has the only full time Crime Prevention Officer among all towns and villages in Westchester County.
The Records and Licensing Unit is staffed by a Sergeant, one police officer, and five civilian clerical personnel.
The Records Unit is responsible for data entry of:
- Administration and billing of alarm permits
- Federal/state crime statistical reporting
- Impounded vehicle files
- Police reports
- Processing of criminal rap sheets
- Public access to records
For information about Records and Licensing Unit hours and fees, please visit the Records and Licensing Unit page.
The Traffic and Safety Unit is staffed by a Sergeant and civilian traffic aide. Other staffing includes four Animal Control Officers and eleven civilian school crossing guards.
Maintaining & Evaluating
The unit maintains and evaluates the regulations as set forth by the New York State Department of Transportation. Members of the unit conduct traffic counts, evaluate traffic patterns and conditions that effect the safety and quality of life for town residents.
There are two full time officers, a sergeant and police officer, assigned to the training unit along with seventeen other officers who are utilized, as needed, to assist in the instructional process.
The New York State Bureau of Municipal Police certifies all our department instructors.
The Training Unit is entrusted with the responsibility of planning, developing and executing all training programs for the police department.