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Eden Police Department
2795 East Church Street
Eden, New York 14057
(716) 992-9211
Patrick M. Howard, Chief of Police














MARCH 2001 MONTHLY REPORT

Miscellaneous calls for police assistance 241
Criminal complaint investigations 31
Assistance to other departments 11
Accident investigations 21
Traffic summons issued for the month 54
Community Policing details 52
Premises Check 807
Reserve Police Hours 292
Animal Control complaints 44
Miles patrolled - marked patrol car 6460

NOTES & FACTS FROM THE POLICE BLOTTER
  • John McCarthy was selected as Officer of the Month for his work as Resource Officer at the Eden High School. John spends several hours each week at the high school, answering students questions regarding law and at times counseling students. He also worked closely with the school while investigating a recent threat of violence that caused concern for many other students.

  • Congratulations to the following students of the Regionalized School of Immaculate Conception for their most recent completion of DARE training and to the essay winners, 1st Place - Sean Murphy, 2nd Place - Michael Cooper, and 3rd Place - Patrick O'Connell. W e'd also like to thank Rev. Grabowski, Mr. Shephard and staff, and Judge Michael Cooper for making this ceremony so special.

  • 5th Graders

    Stephen Blaschak
    Michael Cooper
    Russell Lauber
    Vincent Mangino
    Julia Rosato
    Carolyn Sickau
    Jessica Blasz
    Kyle Funke
    Ryan Lavean
    Sean Murphy
    Amanda Roush
    Daniel Szkutak
    Thomas Caldwell
    Matthew Kraft
    Ryan Maggio
    Lora Pasnik
    Amelia Schunk

    6th Graders

    Christopher Franz
    Patrick Jernigan
    Robert Martin Robert Frier
    John Jones
    Patrick O'Connell David Janker
    Veronica Kelley
    Kyle Sickau

  • The department has applied for a grant from the federal government for additional computer equipment for our office and emergency vehicles in the Town. Hopefully we will be able to obtain several laptop computers, a server and programs that will allow our officers to access criminal justice's database while on the road. This will increase the efficiency of the officers and better protect themselves by having information on a person's history, giving them prior knowledge in the event they may be dealing with a violent individual. We'd like to thank Councilwoman Mary Lou Pew who took the time to research and prepare the $24,000 grant request; her effort was most appreciated.

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