Johnson City Police Department

  • Agency: Johnson City Police Department
  • Address: 31 Avenue C, Johnson City, 13790 NY
  • Chief: Douglas Potts (Chief of Police)
Phone: 607-729-9321
Fax: 607-729-1883
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Johnson City Police Department is located at 31 Avenue C, Johnson City, 13790 NY. The Chief of Police of the department is Douglas Potts. The Johnson City Police Department phone number is 607-729-9321.

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The Johnson City Police Department salutes and honors all Veterans. Thank you for your service and sacrifices for this great nation. We are forever grateful. Current JCPD Veterans: JCPD Sergeant Hillman – United State Marine Corps. 2001-2005 • Rank achieved: Sergeant • Occupation: Military Police. Military Working Dog Handler. Bomb/Patrol dog handler • Stationed at MCB (Marine Corps Base) Quantico, VA • Multiple missions in support of the United States Secret Service and baseline MP K-9 • Deployed to Iraq 9/04- 4/05 • Operation Iraqi Freedom; Was involved in the Battle of Fallujah, Operation River Blitz, the first elections, multiple other engagements and missions. JCPD Patrolman Klinko – United States Marine Corps. • 3rd Battalion 9th Marines • Served with the 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Echo company • Two deployments to Afghanistan: Marjah and Khan neshin Many retired members of the JCPD served with various branches of the United States Military. Thank you to all for your service.

Today, the Johnson City Police Association continued a tradition of donating to Broome County CHOW. The PBA donated $500 in non-perishable food in honor of Fallen Officer David W. Smith, JR. to the Food-A-Bago food drive at the Weis on Upper Front Street! We challenge all Law Enforcement to donate. You can donate too! 99.1 The Whale, 98.1 The Hawk (WHWK - Binghamton, NY), & Wild 104 are standing by at the camper to accept your non-perishable food items now through Friday from 6 am to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 8 pm, and finally on Monday November 12th from 6 am to 10 am. You can also drop off your donations after hours in the CHOW barrel.

From the Johnson City Police Association: The JCPD PBA received a very generous donation of a custom guitar from La Due Guitars of Whitney Point, NY. The guitar is being raffled off to support the Jackson Vandermark Benefit Fund. PLEASE SHARE! Tickets: $5/ea or 5 for $20 Get your tickets at the JCPD Front Desk, Monday-Friday 6AM-6PM. See additional photos in the comment section. This guitar is a Dreadnaught, model LMD, number 112 and would retail for about $2,000. The back, rims and neck are made of Soft Maple, harvested from a woodlot north of Whitney Point, NY in 1998 and quarter sawn to my specifications at a sawmill in Greene, NY. The top is Sitka Spruce, from a company that supplies wood from down, dead, sunken or salvaged logs and timber. The body bindings, neck laminates and headpiece overlay are of Black Walnut, and the bridge and fingerboard are of Pau Fero. The rosette is Black Walnut and gold Mother of Pearl as is the crown inlay on the back. It has a scale length of 25.4”, neck width at the nut is 1 11/16”, string spacing at the bridge is 2 5/16”. The finish is gloss nitrocellulose lacquer.

November is back! The JCPD is putting down the razors once again for another 30 days along with other Law Enforcement agencies locally and across the country to grow cancer awareness. Uniformed and non-uniformed officers are being permitted to grow facial hair that would normally be against Departmental Regulations. Participating officers will donate towards our goal. The goal of No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose. The JCPD, like many families, have current and past members who have had to battle cancer. Some, who sadly lost their battle. We challenge all of our Facebook friends to put down your razor and join us. DONATE NOW to our goal via the link below: https://no-shave.org/member/Johnson_City_Police_NY This year's campaign will support programs at Prevent Cancer Foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Each of the foundations listed are making great strides in fighting, researching, and preventing cancer. Put down the razor, skip the hair appointment, and let's make the 2018 No-Shave November campaign the best year yet! PLEASE SHARE

Johnson City police CAT Team patrolling the haunted house at our trunk or treat event.

Our trunk or treat event.... what a great time.... check out our time lapse video!!!!

Trunk or Treat and HAUNTED HOUSE - TONIGHT 5:30P - 7:30P at The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage. There is a scary and a not-so-scary haunted house. Bring your little monsters!

PRESS RELEASE Stolen Guns Recovered On 10/30/2018, the Johnson City Police Department arrested: Brian Harrison, age 21, of Murphy Av Endicott, NY Harrison was the subject of an investigation into the report of stolen long guns from a vehicle at a location in Johnson City, NY. An investigation led officers to Harrison and he was stopped in a vehicle on SR 201 in Johnson City. After a search of the vehicle that Harrison was in and the search of Harrison, police recovered an AR-15 rifle and a 12 gauge shotgun. Harrison was also found to be in possession of a loaded 9mm handgun. Of the weapons recovered, the 2 long arms had been previously reported stolen to the Johnson City Police Department. Additionally, Harrison was also found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine and ecstasy. Harrison was charged with the following: NYS Penal Law section 265.03 sub 3 Crim. Poss. of a Weapon, C Felony NYS Penal Law section 165.45 sub 4 Crim. Poss. Stolen Prop. 4th, E Felony (2 Counts) NYS Penal Law section 220.03 Crim. Poss. of a Controlled Substance 7th , A Misd (2 Counts) Harrison was arraigned at central arraignment and sent to the Broome County Jail awaiting further court action.

🎃How to keep your little monsters safe tonight:👻 FOR PARENTS: 👪 Don’t let kids trick-or-treat alone. When you have the benefit of numbers, NEVER pair off and go alone! 👹 Don't run house to house. If you do have to run from a monster, expect to trip or fall down at least twice. Also note that, despite the fact that you are running and the monster is merely shambling along, it's still moving fast enough to catch up with you. 💀 When it appears that a monster may have been killed, NEVER check to see if it's really dead. 🚘 Look both ways before crossing the street. Alert cars to your presence by continuously screeching or howling. 🍫 Only accept wrapped treats. Throw away any unwrapped candies, open candies or suspicious-looking treats. If it looks really good to you, tell your kids its contaminated and stash it for later. 🏰 Trick-or-treat in your neighborhood. Do not enter a home to receive a treat, especially abandoned buildings. It's probably abandoned for a good reason. Don't stick around to find out why. 🔦 Consider placing reflective or glow in the dark products on your children’s costumes. Dress appropriately, especially when investigating strange noises. Don't wear flimsy shoes and carry a flashlight, not a candle, preferably a heavy flashlight. 🔪 Avoid having children carry replica firearms which can be mistaken for the real thing. Beware of strangers bearing tools like chainsaws, hedge trimmers, or band saws. FOR HOMEOWNERS: • Turn on your porch light so children know it is all right to visit your home. • Hand out only commercially wrapped candy. • Never invite children into your home. • Keep pets away from children. • Immediately notify law enforcement of any suspicious activity. MOTORISTS: • Drive slowly and cautiously. • Look for children walking on the street, running, and darting in between parked vehicles. • Be extra careful when entering and exiting driveways. • Avoid using your cell phone while driving because it will cause a distraction • Never drink and drive. ADULTS: • If you plan on drinking make arrangements to take a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation by downloading the free STOP-DWI Have A Plan mobile app at www.stopdwi.org/mobileapp • Avoid drinking too much alcohol too fast. Pace yourself. Count your drinks. Eat plenty of food, takes breaks, and alternate with non-alcoholic drinks • If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take their keys and help them make safe travel arrangements to where they are going • If you’re hosting a party, offer non-alcoholic drinks and ask your guests to designate a sober driver in advance • If you see a drunk driver on the road, call 911 when it’s safe to do so

The Johnson City Police Department is attempting to identify the subject depicted in the photos below. All tips can be kept confidential. As can be seen in the photos the subject does sometimes wear glasses. If you can help identify the subject, please send us a private message or call the Johnson City Police Department Detective Division at (607)798-9318 x241. Reference JCPD Case #18-13392.

The Johnson City Police Department is attempting to identify the subjects depicted in the photos below. All tips can be kept confidential. If you can help identify the subjects, please send us a private message or call the Johnson City Police Department Detective Division at (607)798-9318 x229. Reference JCPD Case #18-13228.

🎃Don't just take our word for it. Trunk or Treat is tomorrow night (10/31) Rain or Shine at The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage 5:30P- 7:30P. ☔The Firehouse Stage will be open and ready for use should it rain. Each participant trunker will be given table space to decorate and use. Check out the event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/284893265454592/

Thank you to everyone who did their part in bringing in unused / unwanted medications to the take-back event last Saturday at Wegmans. We underestimated how many boxes we needed!

Wegmans & JCPD are hosting a Prescription Meds Drop-Off event this Saturday 10/27 9am- 2pm @Wegmans Bring any unused or unwanted medications (no sharps or needles) to the Johnson City Wegmans during this special one-day event. JCPD will be on-site.. You'll receive a Wegmans Health & Wellness coupon to thank you for doing your part in helping us make our community safe!

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Please SHARE from the Johnson City Police Association. Jackson needs a new heart. Please join the JCPD Family in supporting the Vandermark Family. Click the GoFundMe link to learn more about Jackson and the benefit fund. https://www.gofundme.com/jackson-vandermark-benefit-fund

Trunk-or-Treat is happening again this year! Bring your kids out for an evening of free SAFE fun for the whole community! Interested in decorating your car and handing out candy? Go to the event page to learn more! https://www.facebook.com/events/284893265454592/

Johnson City Police and Binghamton Police Department Detectives are attempting to identify the female depicted in these photos in regards to forgery investigations. If you recognize this person or have information, please private message us or contact us at (607)798-9318 Ext. 229. Please reference JCPD Case #18-12954. Tips can remain anonymous.

Show your purple to support Domestic Violence Awareness on October 18th.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month WEAR PURPLE on THURSDAY, OCT 18TH TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! Throughout October, Broome County Family Violence Prevention Council's Benevolent Butterflies will be placed in organizations that are members of the FVPC to represent goals to help end Domestic Violence. The Benevolent Butterflies have landed in the JCPD Lobby! If you or someone you know are suffering from Domestic Violence, please know there is a group dedicated to connecting you to the right resources. Please contact CVAC (607)722-4256 and RISE (607)748-7453 to learn where you can seek help, receive additional information and tools, or discover awareness events happening near you. #DVAwarenessMonth #FVPC

On October 15, 2018, the Johnson City police Department arrested VINCENT S. PERICO, age 29, of Montrose, PA for the following charges: Fugitive from Justice Warrant from the State of Pennsylvania Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the second degree, a C Felony Criminal Possession of a weapon in the third degree, a D Felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree, a B Felony (2) Counts of Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia in the second degree, a Misdemeanor Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the third degree, a Misdemeanor Several traffic infractions At about 8:45pm officers stopped a vehicle on Main St for a traffic violation. The operator of the vehicle was Perico. Perico was wanted out of the State of Pennsylvania on a warrant regarding a drug charge. His license was suspended in New York. Perico was placed under arrest. Located in the vehicle by officers was a loaded Tec DC9 pistol, 2 magazines that were for other hand guns, over one gram of packaged Methamphetamine, a scale, and drug packaging material. JCPD was assisted by the Endicott Police Department K9 unit. Perico was arraigned and remanded to the Broome County Jail.