K9 Storm

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of K9 Storm. Storm was one of the founding members of our K9 Unit and served the Department fearlessly from 2012-2019 before retiring. We had the opportunity to sit down with Storm’s dad and partner, PO Brian Johnson who shared

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Missing Person’s Case Reopened

The White Plains Police Department has reopened a missing person’s case that was first reported in late 1989, based on a recent discovery by DEP Police of a vehicle submerged in an upstate reservoir, matching the description of a vehicle relevant to the case.  The vehicle, which was removed from

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Phone Scams Still Wreaking Havoc

In the past few months we have seen an increase in scams targeting White Plains Residents at their homes. Because of the ongoing pandemic, people are staying home a lot more, especially the elderly. In most cases it is nearly impossible to track the subjects who are conducting these scams

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How to Prevent Fires During the Holiday Season

The National Fire Protection Association estimates that 30 percent of all U.S. residential fires and 38 percent of deaths in home fires occur in December, January and February. Consider: There are an average of 1,550 cooking fires on Thanksgiving Day, making it the number one day of the year for

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Coffee with a Cop – ARC of Westchester

Thanks to Day Hab Instructors Tamika Hawkins and Antoinette Faulkner for organizing a fantastic event for our cops and the residents of ARC of Westchester.  We all had a terrific time filled with some great conversation with the residents and staff members. We even got to share in some of

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White Plains Police Reform Committee

The City of White Plains has formed a Police Reform Committee in response to Governor Cuomo’s “New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative” Executive Order 203. Subsequent to the Executive Order, New York State issued detailed guidance for the Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative to all jurisdictions with police departments.

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