School Conferences: Conferences are held with students and their parents upon violation of school policy. Conferences are also held with school officials in regards to problems or issues that need to be addressed.
Youth Conferences: Conferences are held for youths with their parents present for minor law violations and/or complaints received from the community, the youth's parents or the Police Department.
Project Kid Care: A program offered to the community to educate Families about child safety. This program also encourages parents to obtain personal safety documents with current photographs of their child.
Fingerprints: A program for all parents within the community who wish to have their child fingerprinted for identification and safety purposes.
Alcohol Awareness: A program given to 8th Grade students which deals with current alcohol issues both in and out of the home.
Drugs and You: A program given to 7th Grade Students, which informs them of current issues relating to the dangers and results of illegal drug use and abuse.
Project Pride: A five-week course given to all 5th-Grade Students which introduce them to the problems associated with drug and alcohol use.
Stranger Awareness: A program for all elementary students which educates and alerts them about dealing with strangers.
Gun Safety: A program that teaches and alerts students about the dangers associated with various weapons.
Bus Safety: A program given to all elementary school students that educates them on how to be safe when boarding a bus, exiting a bus and driving on a bus.
Bicycle Safety: A program for elementary school students which educates them on Bike Helmet Laws and general safety issues.
Project Halloween: A program that educates and encourages children to have a safe and fun Halloween.
Police Tours: Headquarter Tours are given to school and civic groups. These tours introduce the children to the police and the job they do. It is also an opportunity for the children to receive valuable information in regards to current safety issues that affect their everyday life.
PTA Conferences: The Youth Detective and/or the Detective Sergeant regularly attend these meeting to discuss current issues and concerns of both the parents and the Police Department.
Civic Meetings: When requested, an Officer will attend meeting of various local civic groups such as: (Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Senior Citizen Groups, Property Owner' Association, etc . . . ) to discuss current concerns and issues.
Premise Security Checks: A program where the Community Police Officer conducts a security evaluation of a business, resident home or apartment complex and then offers advice and suggestions to enhance better security and safety of the premise.
Project Child Safe: This is a program that offers safety locks to gun owners (including Police Officers) in an effort to promote safe storage in the home.
Business District Patrols: The Community Policing Officer regularly walks the Business Districts and meets with merchants and customers to discuss their issues and concerns.
Village Recreation: The Youth/Community Policing Officer regularly meets with Village Recreation Official to discuss current issues and concerns. The Officer also responds to Village Park Areas to patrol the area and address issues or problems relative to each park. The Officer regularly patrols the Village Pool Area.
College Lectures: Lectures on Alcohol Awareness, DWI Laws, Drug Abuse and Awareness are given to students and staff at Adelphi University.
Premise Check Program: Allows parents to allow the Police to enter their residence when they are away and their child is home alone in the case of an alcohol related party.
Alcohol Sale Enforcement: Program where Youth Detective works other Agencies to monitor and cite businesses that reportedly sell alcohol to minors. The program also investigates reported complaints where adults and/or parents are allegedly buying alcohol for minors.
Child Protective Service: The Youth Detective serves as the liaison with the New York State Child Protective Services Division to assist in the reporting and investigation of child abuse and child neglect allegations.
Juvenile Crime / Incident Investigation and Follow up: Specially trained and certified Youth Detective conducts initial and follow-up investigations of all juvenile criminal and non-criminal activities.
Family Court Liaison: Works closely with Family Court on juvenile referrals, criminal and non-criminal in nature.
Parade / Event Liaison: Coordinates with event organizers to ensure that parades and events are conducted in a safe and efficient manner. During events, the Youth Detective monitors all activities to ensure the safety of all participants as well as the general public.