Are you addicted to heroin, opioids, or other drugs? Do you know someone who is?
The Town of Wallkill Police Department has started a program to help anyone addicted to narcotics.
If you or anyone you know needs help call us anytime, (845)692-6757, or visit the Town of Wallkill Police Department, 99 Tower Drive, Middletown, NY. We are here for you.
Anyone seeking help for addiction from the Town of Wallkill Police Department will be transported to an appropriate care facility where they will immediately get the care they need.
If you possess any drugs or drug paraphernalia we will dispose of them.
During this health crisis, members of the Town of Wallkill Police Department are here 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ready to serve our community. However, we are implementing guidelines to reduce the exposure and spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). With encouragement and support from our community, we ask the public to utilize our online complaint reporting system that can be accessed at https://www.wallkillpd.org/ for non-emergency and non-violent incidents. Non-emergency and non-violent incidents include, but are not limited to lost property (wallet, purse, phone, etc.), excluding firearms or narcotics, theft from vehicles, police information, premise checks etc. Additionally, until further notice, we are no longer performing equipment checks and non-criminal fingerprinting. We remain committed to serving our community. Citizens can telephone us anytime at 845-692-6757. Please continue to take precautions and stay updated on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
On Friday, December 5, 2014, at an 11:00 am media conference, the Town of Wallkill Police Department unveiled the Department’s Citizen’s Online Complaint Reporting System. The new system will provide citizens with the opportunity to report harassing phone calls; identity theft/fraud; lost property; petty theft; and vandalism, online from a personal computer or mobile device. The online system provides citizens with an alternative way of reporting the listed offenses. Citizens will continue to have the option of filing a report for these offenses by either having an officer respond to the scene or meeting with a police officer at the police station.
The mission of the Town of Wallkill Police Department is to protect life, property, public order and the rights of everyone in our community. Toward this end, it will undertake the following activities:
- Work alongside our community to identify and respond to ongoing crime and quality of life issues.
- Conduct ongoing planning, researching data of reported incidents, including crime and quality of life offenses, and developing, updating, and evaluating progress against strategies implemented to respond to these incidents.
- Work closely with all of our public service partners to develop strategies that are responsive to the needs of our community.
- Promote and encourage an environment which encourages constitutionally sound policing, including the adherence to high ethical standards.
- Continually review current technology to ensure the highest quality service is being provided to the public.