“The Mission of the Rockville Centre Police Department is to provide quality police service to the residents and visitors of the community in a professional, courteous and committed manner”
Maple Ave. will be shut down from Park Ave. to Morris Ave on Tuesday Night into Wednesday Night.
No parking passes will be issued TUESDAY 12/16/14 for the morning of 12/17/2014.
Our mission and our goal are to provide quality policing to the residents and visitors to our great Village. 2014 has been a successful year for the Police Department. We were granted two more desperately needed positions to our Department, which will help us serve the community more efficiently. The year was also marked by the continuation of our record low-crime statistics experienced in 2013. Rockville Centre remains one of the safest communities in the Metropolitan area.
The Department maintains our New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Accreditation Program; the only agency in Nassau County able to boast that title. This requires a strict, aggressive training program which benefits the community in that more highly trained and sophisticated members are responsible for the safety of the community and service to our residents. The Police Department remains committed to keeping Rockville Centre safe and maintaining a good quality of life for the residents…
Rockville Centre Police Department’s Executive Staff
(L to R) Lt. Chris Romance, Executive Officer Inspector Glenn Quinn, Commissioner Charles Gennario, Lt. Ken Schaefer and Lt. James Vafeades
The Rockville Centre Police Department serves a community located in the southwestern part of Nassau County on long Island, NY. A Village of nearly 26,000 residents, it is an affluent community with a vibarant downtown area consisting of numerous outstanding restaurants and clubs. It is home to Molloy College, and Mercy Medical Center which is affiliated with St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn. Rockville Centre Schools are among the finest in the nation.
The Department a sworn strength of 52 police officers and a support staff of 41 civilians, including dispatchers, neighborhood aides and 20 crossing guards. The department is assisted by an 18-member auxiliary force that logs more than 3,200 hours a year of voluntary service ranging from special events to Friday and Saturday night youth patrols. The department is one of the few agencies in the New York metropolitan area accredited by the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services, maintaining full compliance with 136 training standards…