Members of the Camillus Police Department serving Thanksgiving Day lunch at the Camillus Senior Center
Camillus Police Department is located at 4600 W Genesee St, Syracuse, 13219 NY. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Winn. The Camillus Police Department phone number is 315-487-0102.
Members of the Camillus Police Department serving Thanksgiving Day lunch at the Camillus Senior Center
Halloween Safety Reminder Each year hundreds of children take part in Halloween activities in the Town of Camillus. There are many safe measures that parents can take to make sure a child is protected. By taking some simple precautions families can make Halloween fun and safe. If a child plans to go trick-or-treating this Halloween, it is important to remember the following safety tips. Treats: Advise children not to eat any treats before an adult has carefully examined them for evidence of tampering. Costumes: When purchasing a costume, masks, beards, and wigs, look for the label Flame Resistant. Although this label does not mean these items won't catch fire, it does indicate the items will resist burning and should extinguish quickly once removed from the ignition source. Visibility: For greater visibility during dusk and darkness, decorate or trim bags with reflective tape that will glow in the beam of a car's headlights. Reflective tape is usually available in hardware, bicycle, and sporting goods stores. To easily see and be seen, children should also carry flashlights. Safety: Costumes should be short enough to prevent children from tripping and falling. If a mask is worn make sure it has eyeholes large enough to allow full vision. Swords, knives, and similar costume accessories should be of soft and flexible material. Young children should always be accompanied by an adult or an older, responsible child. Children should be cautioned against running out from between parked cars, or across lawns and yards where ornaments, furniture, or clotheslines present dangers. Safe Houses: Children should go only to homes where the residents are known and have outside lights on as a sign of welcome. Children should not enter homes or apartments unless they are accompanied by an adult. By following some simple steps, we can keep this a safe, fun and family friendly Holiday. The Camillus Police Department wishes everyone a safe and fun-filled Halloween. If Camillus residents wish to have a Camillus Police Officer respond to your residence for a free candy safety scan please call (315) 487-0102 and a police officer will respond. The Camillus Police will also be depl
Join the Camillus Police Department on October 14th 2017 at the Camillus Fire Dept at the Meet your Hero event!
Camillus Police supporting the Carol Baldwin Run for their Life fundraiser.
Free Informational meeting and training session about the life saving antidote Naloxone. Free Naloxone Kits will be available to people who complete traning
Officer Diane Brand speaking at the East Hill elementary Community Oriented Drug Education (The CODE) final assembly; Great work Diane!
Camillus Police Officer of the Year Patricia Arnold leading the 2017 Memorial Day Parade, followed by the Camillus Police Honor Guard. Great job!
Another successful Impaired Driver Simulation at the West Genesee Senior High School prior to the senior ball. Thank you to the West Genesee High School and all the Community members that made this such a powerful event.
Great new photo with members of Onondaga County Law Enforcement supporting Move Over Law!
The Camillus Police Department will have additional Stop DWI patrols out over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Enjoy the weekend and be safe!
On February 2, 2017 Chief Thomas Winn presented Deputy Michael T. LeFebvre from the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office with a Special Recognition Award; for Deputy LeFebvre fifteen plus years of interagency cooperation and IT assistance that he has provided to the Camillus Police Department.
Detective Sergeant James Nightingale and Officer Anthony Gucciardi presenting at the January 5th 2017 Community Substance Abuse Coalition Narcan training held at the West Genesee Senior High School. About 120 citizens received this free training. A special thank you goes out to the West Genesee Central School District and ARC Health for making this a successful community event
Members of the Town of Camillus Police Benevolent Association raised $1800.00 during this year No Shave November; the PBA raised funds and donated the $1800.00 CNY Autism Awareness.
For all our Facebook friends, the Camillus Police Department offers a World of Good Wishes. One of the real joys this holiday season is the opportunity to say thank you and wish you the very best for the new year
Mr. Rob Battaglia presenting town of Camillus Police Chief Tom Winn with a $1000.00 donation check from the Allstate Foundation. The donation will be used towards the purchase of equipment for the department’s traffic safety and accident prevention initiatives. Mr. Battaglia is a strong community partner working together to keep Camillus a safe community. The members of the Camillus Police thank Mr. Battaglia for his support!
The Camillus Police Department is investigating a strong arm Robbery that occurred at the Chase Bank 3508 West Genesee Street in the town of Camillus at approximately 5:23pm Camillus Police detectives are attempting to identify a white male, undetermined age, approximately 6’ 0”, thin build, light colored eyes. No weapons were displayed. Suspect was wearing a regular gray sweatshirt with the hood up and no visible markings; blue and gray plaid pajama style pants, dirty white tennis style sneakers, black gloves and an orange colored full faced three hole style ski mask. The male was last seen walking westbound through the parking lot towards Advanced Automotive, and then towards the rear of the Bubble up car wash. Camillus Police detectives are investigating this incident and are seeking assistance from the public. Anyone who may have been in the area of the 3500 block of West Genesee Street between hours of 5:00pm and 6:00pm and may have observed the male is asked to contact the Camillus Police Department. The Camillus Police Department was assisted by the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office. To send a confidential tip to the Camillus Police Department text to TIP411 (847411), then enter TIPCAM along with your tip; or call 315-487-0102, or visit www.Camilluspolice.com. All calls will be kept confidential. For further information please contact the Camillus Police Department at (315) 487-0102.
The Camillus Police Department have located and secured five of the Jacob sheep along Emman Drive in the town of Camillus. It was shear luck that several agencies were available to assist in herding the animals to safety. We would like to thank ewe, the community, for all your support in locating and capturing the sheep. Your calls were instrumental in this successful outcome.
GROWING BEARDS FOR A BENEFIT, AGAIN! The Town of Camillus Police along with the Town of Geddes Police Department are participating in their 2nd annual “NO SHAVE NOVEMBER”. Normally, when you see an officer on patrol you might notice how neatly shaven they are, perhaps a mustache at most for facial hair. During the month of November however, participating members from each of the above departments will be donating money out of their own pocket to a great cause. By choosing to do the No Shave November officers will be allowed to grow a neatly trimmed beard or goatee while still maintaining their professional appearance. The Camillus Police Benevolent Association has also agreed to match whatever contributions are collectively generated from its membership. Through the month if you in fact see an officer with a little more facial hair then in the past know that he is growing this for a very good cause. This year the department’s officers are teaming together and have selected to donate all proceeds to the Central New York Chapter of the Autism Society of America (CNY ASA). “This Chapter became incorporated in July 2003 where operations were based in the Binghamton Area. Effective January of 2007, Chapter operations were transferred to the Syracuse area where they continue to be held. The Autism Society promotes the active and informed involvement of family members and the individual with autism in the planning of individualized, appropriate services and supports. The Board of the Autism Society believes that each person with autism is a unique individual. Each family and individual with autism should have the right to learn about and then select the options that they feel are most appropriate for the individual with autism. To the maximum extent possible, we believe that the decisions should be made by the individual with autism in collaboration with family, guardians and caregivers.” Autism Society Board of Directors, 12 Dec. 2009. Web. For those of you wishing to assist with donating to this cause please make checks payable to the Camillus PBA and indicate CNY ASA in the memo section. At the end of November the officers participating from each department will gather for a group photo with the presentation of the CNY ASA check.
The Camillus Police Department is currently working on locating and securing the loose Jacobs sheep that have been roaming the Camillus area. The sheep are black in white in color, and the police department is currently working to identify rescue groups to secure the animals. Please contact Camillus Police at 487-0102 with questions
The Camillus Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Cyril Hurteau, a 79 year old white male. Mr. Hurteau was last seen at 09:00am on September 8th, 2016. Mr. Hurteau is 5'9", 130 lbs., has grey hair, balding, brown eyes, wears glasses, and has no known medical conditions. Mr. Hurteau is believed to be operating a 2014 Dodge Durango, color black bearing New York License Plate FSW8372. If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Cyril Hurteau, you are urged to contact the Camillus Police Department at 315-487-0102.
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Camillus families stop by Roll Call to read letters of support and drop of treats. Thank you, it made our day! https://t.co/6xdn8Augq6
Camillus Police and Waves Ambulance support Gillie Girl Triathlon https://t.co/Fu0YgoAFEc
Camillua police report that Rt 5 is now open to all traffic.