A letter from the Chief

As a small Village in Livingston County, Mount Morris is a changing and progressive community. The Village of Mount Morris is business friendly and values its commitment to the safety and welfare of the residents and visitors of our fine Village.

It is my honor to serve as the Chief of Police for the Village of Mount Morris. The sworn and civilian personnel that comprise the Mount Morris Police Department are dedicated to addressing crime and disorder in a manner that embodies police-community partnerships.

I invite you to visit our website and our Department. On behalf of the residents, business owners, and employees of this great Village, WELCOME TO Mount Morris, New York

We need your help!

We are currently looking for the following people.  If you have any information on where they may be, please feel free to submit an anonymous tip using our online form or call the Police Department at 585.658.2155.  You may also dial 9-1-1 directly!


Currently the list is showing no records

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On March 28, 2017 at about 9:55pm Officer Mark Brado was running radar at Veterans Park on Main Street in the Village of Mount Morris. Officer..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on March 26 Ofc. Zachary Hinkson while on routine patrol arrested Sidney Lugassy age 49 of Ontario for speeding,..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on March 26 Officer Jeremy Blair arrested Ketsy Rivera age 32 of Buffalo New York for speed in zone, unlicensed..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on March 25 Ofc. Rick Garwood arrested Hector Martinez age 26 of Mount Morris for Pettit larceny he was issued..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on March 24 while on routine patrol Officer Zachary Hinkson arrested Benjamin A. Baffoe age 21 of Buffalo…

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