A Message From Chief Varrenti
Hyper-Reach Program – If you are a resident of Monroe County, you are already enrolled in a program that could save the lives of you and your family. Hyper-Reach is designed to allow emergency management professionals from the Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services, as well as Monroe County Department of Public Safety, to contact you by telephone in the event of a civil emergency. An automated phone message would be directed to each phone in a specified area notifying residents of impending or active emergency conditions, disasters, or health warnings.
These messages could include information about AMBER Alerts, law enforcement notifications regarding dangerous or life-threatening conditions, or hazardous materials incidents. Some may even require some form of response from the person answering the phone to ensure the message was received, or to verify a home was occupied or vacant in the case of evacuation.
WHAT IF I don’t have a hard-wired, land-based telephone? If you have a Voice-Over I.P. (Internet) phone, or use a cellular phone exclusively, you can still benefit from this service. Click on the hyperlink below to enroll in Hyper-Reach, and your number will be added to the database.
REMEMBER – only Emergency Services agencies will have use and access to your number, and use of this system. Hyper-Reach can only be activated in the event of an emergency by specified personnel in the public safety community. Hyper-Reach will never sell or distribute your phone number or personally identifying information to third-party vendors.
Daniel P. Varrenti
Chief of Police, Brockport Police Department, 1 Clinton Street
The Stetson Club Keeps Giving Back!
Stetson Club Vice President Paul Wheat (left) and Tyler Dawson (right) present Trustee Margay Blackman with a check for $200 from the Stetson Club. Half of the donation will be used to support the Village of Brockport's "Low Bridge High Water" canal opening celebration in May. The other half of the donation will be used by the Brockport Tree Board to support the Arbor Day activities within the Village on April 26. Within the past year the Stetson Club has donated approximately $1,000 back to the Village of Brockport to help fund events and needs for the betterment of the Village Brockport's residents and visitors.
Overtime has decreased: 2008: 4,924 hours ↓2012: 3,390 hoursBPD: has come in below budget for the last 5yrs.
Operating Costs decreased: 2008: $1,343,000 ↓2012: $1,155,000
$200,000 less in 5 yrs. – significant amount of money saved thanks to Stetson Club for taking a 2% decrease in salary.
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Going out of Town? Did you know that you can have the Brockport Police Department check on your home? There is even a form they will fill out with information on each visit they make. Check it out! House Check Form
Complete the form, then either mail it to:
Brockport Police Department, One Clinton Street, Brockport, New York 14420
or, if you prefer to scan the completed form and email it to us, please attach it to an email and send to email@example.com.