Interlaken Police Department

  • Agency: Interlaken Police Department
  • Address: 8369 N Main St, Interlaken, 14847 NY
  • Chief: Jeffrey Bond (Chief of Police)
Phone: 607-532-4466

Interlaken Police Department is located at 8369 N Main St, Interlaken, 14847 NY. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeffrey Bond. The Interlaken Police Department phone number is 607-532-4466.

Interlaken Police Department News

On April 8, 2018 Interlaken Village Police arrested Garrett K. Farr of 430 Wygant Road in Horseheads, New York. Farr was stopped for speeding on Main Street in the Village of Interlaken. While on the traffic stop the Officer noticed a strong odor of Marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. Upon further investigation, drug paraphernalia and Marijuana was located inside the vehicle. Farr was issued a traffic ticket for speeding and an appearance ticket for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana a violation. He is to appear in the Town of Covert Court on May 7, 2018 at 10:00AM to answer the charges.

Please join me in Congratulating Interlaken Village Police Officers Seth Worrell and Jason Marzan on their graduation from the Southern Tier Law Enforcement Academy Session 34 on Friday April 6, 2018. Both Officers had to complete a 675 hour Police Academy and 160 hours of Field Training! They each have exceeded these hours and are ready to move forward with their Law Enforcement Careers. Chief Leon E. Anderson

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On July 5, 2017 the Interlaken Village Police Department arrested Matthew A. Polk 20 of Interlaken, New York. Polk was arrested following a domestic dispute with a female victim at a residence on Cayuga Street. Polk was charged with Criminal Mischief 3rd and Harassment 2nd. He was arraigned in the Town of Romulus Court for the above charges and was ROR'd. Polk it reappear in the Town of Romulus Court on July 28, 2017.

Beginning March 6, 2017, The Interlaken Village Police Department will have regular Office/Patrol hours at South Seneca Central Schools from 8am to 4pm Monday - Friday. "Subject to change" as needed by the school district for special events and details. During all breaks the Interlaken Village Police Department will work regular office/Patrol hours from 8-4 on a rotating schedule in the Village of Interlaken. Police Chief Leon E. Anderson Interlaken Village Police Department

Come Join us on Saturday October 29th for our annual Halloween Parade! Line up is at 4pm, The Parade will kick off at 4:30pm prompt! The kids will walk to the Interlaken Fire Department for games, food, music, prizes and a photo booth! We look forward to seeing you there! Chief Anderson

The Interlaken Police Department sends our thoughts and prayers out to the Patel family!

South Seneca Communities Fair at South Seneca High School. Interlaken Police South Seneca School SRO

Left Honorable Mayor William Larsen Village of Interlaken Mayor and Police Commissioner 1984-2016. The Village of Interlaken Police Department would like to extend our most heartfelt and deepest condolences to Family and Friends of the Honorable Mayor William Larsen. Mayor Larsen dedicated more than 30 years to the people of Interlaken and volunteered countless hours to the community that he watched over. He was a dedicated leader, family man and a friend! Thank you for your selfless service to the Village of Interlaken. Sincerely, Chief Leon E. Anderson

Chief Leon Anderson (right) awards Officer Taylor Potter (left) with a life saving award at the Interlaken Village Board Meeting on March 10, 2016. -On the 3rd day of March 2016 Officer Taylor Potter responded to a medical emergency on County Road 153 in the Town of Ovid. Upon his arrival CPR was already in progress. Officer Taylor Potter checked for a pulse and found a faint pulse. Learning that this was possibly a heroin overdose he administered Narcan, a drug that temporarily neutralizes the effects of opioid's in the human body. Officer Taylor Potter’s timely response to the scene and his quick use of his department issued Narcan undoubtedly saved the victims life. We as Police Officers are tasked with many important responsibilities throughout our careers the most important of these responsibilities is the preservation of life. It is with great honor that I issue this life saver award to Officer Taylor Potter of the Interlaken Village Police Department. Police Chief Leon E. Anderson

**** Press Release**** On February 18, 2016 The Interlaken Police Department along with the New York State Police responded to a complaint of harassment at 3650 Cayuga Street in the Village of Interlaken. While at the residence investigating the harassment complaint, Harry J. Miller Jr. stated in the presence of two uniformed Police Officers that he was going to drive his vehicle through the elementary school. One of the uniformed Officer’s at the scene was the South Seneca School District Resource Officer Interlaken Village Police Chief Leon Anderson. Miller was immediately taken into custody for making a threat towards the Elementary School in the presence of the School SRO. On February 22, 2016 Harry J. Miller Jr. age 38 of 3650 Cayuga Street Interlaken, New York was formally charged by the Interlaken Police Department with making a terroristic threat a class D felony. Miller was arraigned by the Town of Romulus Court and remanded to custody of the Seneca County Jail on $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond. Miller is to reappear on February 26, 2016 in the Town of Romulus Court for further proceedings. Police Chief Leon E. Anderson

Happy holiday's from the Interlaken Village Police Department!!!

Reminder, Vehicles may not be parked on any Village Street from November 1st thru April 1st, between the hours of 2AM and 6AM.

VILLAGE OF INTERLAKEN RESIDENTS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE November 10, 2015 the Water Tower will be cleaned. You may or or may not have cloudy water for a few days. Village of Interlaken Police Department Chief Leon E. Anderson

September 28, 2015- The Interlaken Police Department, Army National Guard and The Ovid Fire Department visit with the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts for Hero Night!! Thank you for the invite we had a great time!

I want to take this time to thank a few of our community members! First thank you to James Dew! Mr. Dew donated the rear drivers side window (pictured above). For those in the community that do not know, The window was kicked out by a subject that was out of control and combative a few weeks ago. Secondly I want to thank Borst and Son's Auto! Joe, Liz and Dan, They donated all the graphics (pictured above) for the Police car and put them on the vehicle for us at no cost. The graphics look great! The Interlaken Police Department would like to thank the entire community for their continued support and assistance over the last three years. Police Chief Leon E. Anderson

Come join us for the Halloween Parade on Saturday October 24, 2015 at 4:30PM. The parade starts at the church across from the South Seneca Elementary School and will end at the Interlaken Fire Department. We will have music, food, a costume contest and a Photo Booth! Come join us this Saturday!