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NYS SPORTING LICENSES

The Chester Public Library now sells NYS Sporting Licenses.  Why not take the kids fishing this weekend?

http://chesterlibrary.civicwebsolutions.com

Contact the Chester Public Library

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Chester Public Library
Maureen Jagos, Director
1784 Kings Highway
Chester, NY 10918
P: (845) 469-4252
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10:00-8:00
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10:00-5:00
10:00- 5:00
CLOSED July 3rd to September 11th

Missing Persons

A Child Is Missing (ACIM)…

is a Fort Lauderdale-based non-profit organization founded in 1997, and was created because no community-based program existed for locating missing children, the disabled and elderly often (with Alzheimer’s) during the crucial first hours of disappearance.  This program also fills the gap when cases don’t meet the criteria for an Amber Alert.

A Child goes missing every 40 seconds in the United States.
Your child has a 1 in 42 chance of going missing…

A Child Is Missing (ACIM) is devoted to assisting law enforcement in the search and early safe recovery efforts of children / the elderly (often with Alzheimer’s) / disabled persons and college students via a rapid-response neighborhood alert program utilizing high-tech telephony systems.

ACIM will make alert calls (when requested by law enforcement) to the last seen areas, to help find these individuals who can’t make rational decisions for themselves.

The Elderly – Often with Alzheimer’s and Dementia: two dreaded diseases of the elderly. They tend to wander off and often think they are going to go ‘home’. That ‘home’ may be states away. They (The Elderly) tend to walk off and in some cases they will find a body of water, this is not good.

Disabled People who have been beaten, unconscious, or are suffering from memory loss. We will send out alert calls to find the guardian, parents, and friends. There may be other circumstances but a phone call will inform you if ACIM will run the case. Again, these alert calls are requested by law enforcement only.

ACIM Website

Freedom of Information Law – Police Department

Freedom of Information Law (F.O.I.L.)

The Village of Chester Police Department is committed to open government and will release all public information to the extent that the law allows.

Residents requesting reports or information may complete a F.O.I.L. request at the station anytime or choose a form below to complete and submit via email, fax (845.469.5009), mail or bring it into the station or fax it to , or you may mail it to:

Village of Chester Police Department
Records Access Officer
47 Main St.
Chester, NY 10918

The request form may be downloaded here

Fees

Fees for photocopied reports are twenty-five cents (.25) per page up to 9″ X 14″ or the actual cost to reproduce the requested records i.e., those that cannot be photocopied such as electronic records.  If the department is incapable of reproducing the record due to technology limitations or for large requests, there may be an additional charge based on the actual cost of employing an outside service to reproduce the record.

We are always on-duty but if you do come to the station and find the front door locked, please pick up the direct dial phone to the left of the front door and you will be automatically connected to the communications center.  They will radio a patrol to meet you.

Once we receive the request you will be notified when the information is ready. (usually within 5 business days).