The principal mission of the Village of Piermont Police Department is to provide the highest level of public service and safety to ensure the quality of life for all Village residents and everyone who passes through the Village by protecting life and property, preventing crime, enforcing laws, and maintaining order for all citizens. It is essential for all members to remember that in the execution of our duties we act not for ourselves, but for the good of the public. We respect and protect the rights of all citizens and perform our duties with honesty, zeal, courage, discretion, fidelity and sound judgment.
Central to our mission are the values that guide our work and decisions and help us to contribute to the quality of life in the Village of Piermont. Our values are characteristics or qualities of worth; they are non-negotiable. Although we may need to balance them, we will never ignore them for the sake of expediency of personal preference. We hold our values constantly before us to teach and remind us and the community of our ideals. They are the foundation upon which our policies, goals and operations are built.
In fulfilling our mission, we need the support of citizens, elected representatives, government officials and the criminal justice system in order to provide the quality of service our values commit us to providing. We, the members of the Piermont Police Department, are committed for the following values:
- Respect Laws and Constitution
- Integrity & Excellence
- Problem Solving
Additionally, to foster our partnership with the community, the department reaches out to serve in other ways, with many additional programs and services, such as:
Crime Prevention/Fire Safety Programs
Piermont PAL Program
Hope not Handcuffs - Hudson Valley
Representation on numerous advisory boards, panels, and committees
Service Evaluation Form
In an effort to better serve the community we are sworn to protect, the Piermont Police Department encourages input from anyone who has an opinion on the service they received. To do so click here to fill out the form. Once the form is completed, save the form and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Compliance with New York State Executive Order 203
The Piermont Police Department is committed to strengthen its community policing model. Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 'New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative' Executive Order 203 requires the Village of Piermont approve a plan filed by no later than April 1, 2021. Attached is the
Village of Piermont Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Plan
The Village of Piermont will provide police servicing to the Village of Grandview on Hudson. Below is a link to the contract. Attached is the agreement
Piermont Police Department
Police Chief – James Hurley
478 Piermont Ave, Piermont, New York 10968
Tel: (Dispatch for non-emergency) 845-359-0240
FAX – 845-359-1046
For all emergencies Call 911