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Mount Vernon New York Police Station Address: 2 Roosevelt Square N, Mt Vernon, NY 10550, United States


City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau

The Community Affairs Bureau was established to foster positive and productive police-community relations. By partnering with community leaders, civic organizations, block associations, and concerned individuals, we work to create solutions for problems that arise within the city’s many communities.

Community Affairs initiatives have become an integral part of the department’s strategy by raising community awareness through outreach and public service programs. It’s impossible to enforce the law and maintain order without working in partnership with the community.

The Community Affairs Bureau will be hosting various focus groups with clergy, community organizations and police personnel in an effort to gather a resource of information to promote stronger relationships. The information received from these meetings and workshops will help to serve as a bridge to assist community affairs officers in developing, maintaining and forging new and better relationships with community members and the police department.

City of Mount Vernon Police Department - Community Affairs Bureau

City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau added 2 new photos.2 years ago

Our thoughts & prayers are with the city of Baton Rouge, LA and the Baton Rouge Police Department. #PrayForBatonRogue

City of Mount Vernon Police Department - Community Affairs Bureau

City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau2 years ago

#AllLivesMatter – Mayor Richard Thomas, staff and concerned citizens speak on strengthening community and police relations amongst law enforcement and citizens throughout the City of Mount Vernon.

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City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau shared ABC7NY’s video.2 years ago

Police and Community working together…

City of Mount Vernon Police Department - Community Affairs Bureau

ABC7NY

A community united —

After Dallas, Mount Vernon police officers and the community came together – with dancing, block parties and some music.

(Video: Mayor Richard Thomas/Twitter)

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City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau shared Mayor Richard Thomas’s post.2 years ago

FYI…

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City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau shared Bravest and Finest’s post.2 years ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with the 5 police officers in the various departments as they mourn the lives of their colleagues that died in the line of duty in the last 24hrs. May God be with us all! #bluelivesmatter

City of Mount Vernon Police Department - Community Affairs Bureau

City of Mount Vernon Police Department – Community Affairs Bureau2 years ago

The MVPD would like to welcome our new Commissioner, Public Safety – Mr. Robert Kelly. Commissioner Kelly was born and raised in Mount Vernon. He attended Mount Vernon public schools and began his career in the Mount Vernon Police Department where he rose to the rank of Captain, commanding the Detective Division. He was recruited to work for Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore who tapped him to develop the Westchester Intelligence Center. The Westchester Intelligence Center is an analytical system which operates as a resource for all 43 police departments in Westchester County. Kelly designed and implemented this ground-breaking center to facilitate information sharing among County police departments. This allowing for a better sharing of resources and keeps police officers on the street and in their communities. Please join us as we welcome Commissioner Kelly back to the MVPD, and we wish him the best of luck to his new assignment.