Police Records

Hours

Monday - Friday / 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


The records department is responsible for the collection and preservation of all police department records and files.


Accident Reports

Copies of accident reports are available within 3 business days of the occurrence.

Orangetown Police Non-Criminal Fingerprint Procedure

The Orangetown Police Department will take non-criminal fingerprints as permitted by Local Law Number 5, 2006. Appointments can be made by calling the Orangetown Police Records Bureau at (845) 359-5782. The Records Bureau is open Monday-Saturday (except holidays) with appointments available at 9am, 11am, 5pm and 7pm. Fingerprinting will be done by appointment only unless approved by the officer in charge of the shift. You must supply your own fingerprint card and this service is provided to Orangetown residents, only.

When being fingerprinted you must show proof of your identity. Acceptable forms of identification are valid U.S. driver's licenses, U.S. passport, certificate of citizenship, certificate of naturalization and permanent resident cards. All forms of identification must contain a legible photograph of the applicant. No fingerprints will be taken without proof of identification.

The cost of fingerprinting is $10.00 per fingerprint card for Orangetown residents and $20.00 per fingerprint card for non-residents. Proof of an Orangetown residence is required to get the $10.00 per card fee. Acceptable forms of payment are cash or a money order payable to the Town of Orangetown. This fee is in addition to any other fee required by any other agency or any other fees that may be required as part of any permit or licensing procedure.

Fingerprint cards will not be returned. You must have the fingerprint cards completely filled out prior to being fingerprinted. You must have an envelope addressed to the final recipient with proper postage. All required paperwork and fees will be placed in this envelope along with the completed fingerprint cards. The envelope will be sealed at that time and the Orangetown Police Department will mail it on your behalf. The Orangetown Police Department will not be responsible for improper postage, incomplete or illegible addresses or any items that you fail to place in the envelope at the time you are fingerprinted. Completed fingerprint cards will not be returned. At no time will the applicant be given physical custody, control or possession of any completed fingerprint cards. If the applicant fails to follow these instructions the fingerprint cards will be destroyed and the process repeated. If the recipient wishes and they do not have postage the Town of Orangetown will send the packet via first class mail for an additional flat fee of $5.00 to cover postage and handling.

Hours for Fingerprinting Appointments:

Monday - Saturday

By appointment only at 9am/11am/5pm/7pm

Questions?

Contact the records department directly at (845) 359-5782.