On July 18, 2016, retired New York State Police Captain Patrick J. Garey became the Chief of Police for the Endicott Police Department.  Chief Garey is a 26 year veteran of the New York State Police, last serving as the Executive Officer and Assistant Troop Commander in State Police Troop C, located in Sidney.  Chief Garey spent the majority of his state police career as the commander of the State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) in the Southern Tier region.  He began his career as a Trooper in Binghamton and Endwell.  He had also served in assignments in Oneonta, Watertown, at state police Headquarters in Albany, and as the CNET Commander for the Capital Region.  

On August 9, 2016, the Village Board appointed retired Endicott Police Captain Craig Williams to Assistant Chief.  Assistant Chief Williams is a 31 year veteran of the Endicott Police Department and has served in every rank in the department


In December the Endicott Police were once again awarded a Certificate of Accreditation from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice. Police Chief Michael Cox and Lt. Fred Raub traveled to Albany to recieve the award from Chief Michael D. Ranalli, Chairman, NYS Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council and Michael C. Green, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Executive Deputy Commissioner.
Lt. Raub was recognized by the Division of Criminal Justice Executive Deputy Commissioner for his outstanding work as our department's program manager. This entails that the department meets more than 130 required standards detailing day to day operations of the department from the way that complaints are handled, all documentation is completed, proper markings of our police vehicles and future goals of the department.
Please click here for a more in depth look at the History of Police Accreditation.




Endicott Police Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Village of Endicott Police Department, in a partnership with the citizenry, is to protect life and property, to understand and serve the needs of the community and to improve the quality of life by building capacities to maintain order, resolve problems, and apprehend criminals in a manner consistent with the law and reflective of shared community values.


Composition of the Endicott Police Department

The Endicott Police Department currently employs 28 full time, sworn police officers,  a civilian staff of 7part time employee (which include crossing guards and janitorial staff) and 2 full time support staff.

Of our 28 full time officers,  we currently have assignments in the Patrol Division, the Detective Division (adult investigations as well as juvenile investigations), K-9 unit.


Services offered by Your Police Department

Here at the Endicott Police Department, we are a fully accredited  police agency. Our well-trained officers are available to respond to your calls for emergency service 24 hours of the day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.  

For more information about the makeup of our department, descriptions of individual divisions, specialty teams as well as current crime statistics,  click on the link below to view the Annual Report for calendar year 2014.  

Click on the links on our home page for the Sex Offender Registry site, our Facebook page, our online accident report host, the EPD Annual Report and our Monthly Report.