With Our Deepest Sympathy

We want to take a moment to express our sincerest gratitude to all of our residents who have expressed their support since the tragic events in Dallas. Your kind words mean so much to the men and women who protect and serve the City of White Plains.

We would also like to thank all of our officers who under these sad circumstances continue to perform their difficult duties each and every day with integrity, professionalism and most importantly - respect.

We would like to recognize the recent efforts of the White Plains PBA who have worked with the community and the Department to organize a contingent of White Plains Officers who will represent the City by attending funeral services in Dallas.

Most importantly, our hearts are with the family, friends and colleagues of the 5 Dallas Police Officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting their community.

Now you can hail a cab on the street

It's raining, and you need to catch a cab from the downtown business district to the train station. You're in luck, you think, when you spot an unoccupied taxi coming down the street. You step off the curb, raise your hand and ...get splashed as the cab whizzes by. Until now, that's been the experience of would-be cab hailers in White Plains, thanks to local regulations that prohibited taxi drivers from stopping for fares on the street. The Common Council this month approved sweeping changes to taxi regulations in a major overhaul of the ordinance that, among other things, will:

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2016 Youth Citizens Academy

The White Plains Department of Public Safety is pleased to announce the continuation of the Public Safety Citizen’s Academy. This special and exciting nine-week program is intended for the young residents of the City of White Plains who want to learn more about the White Plains Public Safety Department. The Academy meets Tuesday evenings 7:00 – 9:00PM for the period of June 7th through August 2nd, 2016.

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CAD & Records Management System Upgrade

The Department, along with Tyler Technologies is hard at work this week as part of a thirteen month program to upgrade our Computer Aided Dispatch, Records Management and Mobile Computing Systems. This capital project is being managed by Lt. Anthony Drago who has organized and is overseeing several build teams comprised of Police, Fire and civilian personnel.

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