The Mount Morris, New York Police Department is focused on working in partnership with the community. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life within the Village by providing the community with the highest quality of law enforcement services possible. The Department seeks to preserve the peace, enforce the law, reduce incidents of crime and provide a safe environment for citizens, while respecting the rights and dignity of all persons. The department includes a patrol division, two school resource officers, and a Police Chief.
The Department is committed to continued expansion of its “community oriented policing” approach, including increased foot patrols that foster positive interaction between officers and residents. In addition, the School Resource Officer plays a role in developing trust between the Department and school age children, and is trained in assessing issues including bullying.
Please remember that no issue is too “small” to be brought to the attention of a police officer if it is of concern to you. There are many ways you can reach out to the MMPD:In an emergency always dial 911 * for other issues, call the Department directly at (585) 658-2155. The Village Office can be reached via phone at (585) 658-4160.
Richard White-Police Chief
MMPD Patrol Team