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1 Lansing Road
P.O. Box 700
Stillwater, NY 12170
Our Police Department is a part-time force consisting of 14 officers. They patrol our roadways daily and combine with the Saratoga County Sheriff and State Police forces to meet all our community needs. The Stillwater Police also provide security for the Stillwater Town Court. The Police Station is located on Lansing Rd. next to Highway Dept.
Police Commissioner Ray Cordani as First Sergeant is the commanding officer for the department. He is a 24 year veteran of the department and has assumed the position of commanding officer in 2014 after the retirement of Chief Dennis Latham. His accomplishments over many years of service, stellar performances and dedication to service will insure our Police Force will continue it’s proud traditions.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month:
Stillwater Police Department gives out cell phones to domestic violence victims
The Stillwater Police Department holds a press conference every October with the hope of shedding a light on the complex and destructive issues associated with domestic violence and domestic abuse in our society. Over 300 donated cells phones were also turned over to advocates for distribution to victims. These phones are lifelines for individuals that find themselves in abusive relationships.
Participants included NYS Senator Kathy Marchione, NYS Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, Saratoga County DA Karen Haggen, Saratoga County Sheriff Michael Zurlo, Saratoga County Clerk Craig Hayner, Stillwater Town Supervisor Ed Kinowski, Maggie Fronk from Wellspring in Saratoga Springs and Meg Meyers from the Mechanicville Area Community Center Domestic Violence and Family Resources.
Representatives from area businesses that collect donated cell phones for victims were also in attendance. They included DeCrescente Distributing Company (Kate Otis), Toyota of Clifton Park (Michael Raucci), The Express Newspaper (Tom Mahoney), Ballston Spa National Bank (Heather O’Shea) and Wiley Brothers of Schaghticoke (Tim Wiley). Over 5000 donated cell phones have been collected for victims since 2003.