SANDS POINT POLICE
VILLAGE OF SANDS POINT
26 TIBBITS LANE SANDS POINT, NY 11050
(516) 883-3100 Fax: (516) 883-8164
FOR EMERGENCY DIAL 911
A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF OF POLICE
April 4, 2022
Don't be a victim of Auto Theft: Protect yourself
According to an independent research study, there are an average of 209 cars stolen each day with one common cause: the keys or key fobs were left inside the vehicle. To prevent becoming a victim of automotive theft make sure to:
Remove keys and key fobs from your vehicle when parked
Remove all valuables when exiting your vehicle
Lock the doors
Do not leave your car running with the keys in the ignition
Thomas Ruehle, Chief of Police
Sands Point Police Department
LINE OF DUTY PASSING OF
SERGEANT JOSEPH SPINOSA
April 15, 2020
The Sands Point Police Department regrets to announce the Line of Duty passing of 19 year veteran Sergeant Joseph Spinosa.
Sgt. Spinosa was hired on September 19, 2000
Awarded the Nassau County Municipal Police Chief's Officer of the Year award in 2008
Recipient of the 2015 Life Saving Award
Promoted to Sergeant on December 4, 2018
Further announcements to follow
The Mission of the Sands Point Police Department is to protect and serve the people of the Village of Sands Point and to enhance the quality of life in the Village by working with the community to enforce the laws, preserve the peace and provide for a safe environment.
The Sands Point Police Headquarters is located at 26 Tibbits Lane. It is open and staffed 24 hours a day. Residents are encouraged to stop in or call if they observe any suspicious persons or activities.
Parking is not permitted on any street in the Village. Temporary parking permits are issued by the Police Department for special occasions or driveway repairs. Permits must be applied for in advance and in person by the homeowner. Parking is limited to one side of the street and homeowners having parties must follow noise restrictions in the Village Code.
Residents are reminded not to call the Police if they experience an electrical outage. This only serves to tie Police communication and may delay a Police response to a real emergency. Call PSEG at (800) 490-0075.
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