North Tonawanda Police Department
Proudly serving since 1888.
Proudly serving since 1888.
Crisis Services Coordination is available to individuals residing in Niagara County who experience mental health issues and co-occurring concerns such as substance abuse and/or developmental disabilities. Referrals can be made through Crisis Services.
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
If you have information about a crime that has been committed, ongoing criminal activity, or any other information that the police should know about, please call
or email the tip line.
All information is kept confidential.
Please note this is not an alternative for a crime in progress. To report a crime in progress, call 911.
Niagara County's law enforcement utilizes OffenderWatch® to manage and monitor the whereabouts, conduct and compliance status of the registered sex offenders in Niagara County.
Click below to get a list of offenders within a specified radius of your home, business, school or other desired address. As a community service, OffenderWatch® is updated instantaneously throughout the day as offender addresses and other information is updated.
Police reports are available 5 to 7 business days following the date of the report.
You must call 716-692-4325 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8AM and 4PM in advance to arrange for report pick up.
Reports may be picked up at the police station 24 hours a day. Reports are released to the victim or complainant with valid photo ID and is free for 30 days following the date of the report. After 30 days a fee may apply.
North Tonawanda Police Department provides record checks for $15 (cash) per record check.
Forms are available at the police department. You must provide valid photo identification.
Please note that record checks can take up to a week to be completed.
For more information, please call 716-692-4111
Persons applying for licenses, certifications or job opportunities may people need to have their fingerprints taken. Residents of North Tonawanda can have their fingerprints taken free of charge by making an appointment with the Detective Bureau @ 716-692-4312. For fingerprint checks where no print cards are provided by an employer, visit www.fbi.gov to print Form (FD-258) to bring to the police department. All instructions will be included.
All City of North Tonawanda codified laws and municipal documents are available at eCode360.com.
eCode360 offers an intelligent search tool that allows you to locate chapters, sections, keywords, phrases, and even section numbers within.
For questions about interpreting a code, call 716-692-4111.
216 Payne Avenue
North Tonawanda, NY 14120
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday
Fines are payable at the court office before 4PM weekdays, excluding holidays.
All employment testing is handled through Niagara County Civil Service in accordance with New York State Civil Service Law. Niagara County residency is required unless otherwise stated in the posting. Applications must be completed and submitted by 11:59 pm on the final filing date of the posting.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community and maintaining open lines of communication with those who live in our great city. If you have a question that isn't answered on our website, please reach out to us at 716-692-4111 or simply stop by. We're happy to help.
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