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Glens Falls City Police

42 Ridge St.
Glens Falls, NY 12801

City of Glens Falls

Fire Department: (518) 761-3822
Clerk's Office: (518) 761-3800
Public Works: (518) 761-3834
Water & Sewer: (518) 761-3850
Public Transit: (518) 761-1085
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Glens Falls Police arrested Anthony "AJ" Fitzgerald (dob 05/16/1995) on an active arrest warrant for Assault 2nd (a Class D Felony) on April 19th. The initial incident took place on April 14th, 2018. Thank you to...

[gallery ids="1464,1465,1466"] On Wednesday January 3rd, 2018 Samantha Smith was sworn in as the newest member of the Glens Falls Police Department. Police Officer Smith will begin her training at the Zone 5 Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy in Schenectady, New...

[gallery ids="1286,1287"] The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children offers several educational and support programs here in the Capital Region. All of our programs are free of charge, which is why our fundraising efforts are so...

The Glens Falls Police Department will be holding an entrance exam on December 2, 2017. To obtain a copy of the exam announcement and application, candidates must go to http://www.warrencountyny.gov/civilservice/exams.php and click on the "Police Officer" PDF and...

[gallery ids="1268,1269"] During 2013 NCMEC/NY: Distributed 531,799 posters of missing children Assisted in the recovery of 1,212 children through poster distribution and case assistance Distributed over 590,094 pieces of prevention education literature Conducted 586 education programs with...

[gallery ids="1261,1262"] "An estimated 800,000 children are reported missing every year in the U.S. During 2009, more than 20,000 children were reported missing in New York State, and 2,449 children were reported missing in the 11 counties...