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Police Update 10/12/2023

Westchester County Police will be increasing its patrols around schools and Jewish houses of worship on Friday, October 13. This increased uniformed police presence will occur in the five school districts where the County Police provide School Resource Officers and in the two communities, Mount Kisco and Cortlandt, where it provides municipal police services.

In addition, the County Police will be working collaboratively with all of Westchester’s municipal police departments, which are taking similar precautions tomorrow in their respective communities.

These steps are being taken in an abundance of caution. There is no specific threat to Westchester County at this time.

Through our Real Time Crime Center, and our participation on the FBI New York Joint Terrorism Task Force, the County Police receive intelligence information immediately from state and federal agencies and assess it for any potential threat to our County. We will continue to work with our federal, state and municipal law enforcement partners to safeguard Westchester County.

Police Update:  Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Westchester County Police investigated two separate incidents that happened the week of September 28, 2023 in which non-hazardous substances were found by school staff on the grounds of Mount Kisco Elementary School.

In the first incident, two capsules were found that contained a substance determined to be an over-the counter herbal supplement. In the second incident, a clear plastic bag was found containing white powder and determined to be crushed acetaminophen (Tylenol).

It is unknown at this time whether these items were dropped accidentally or left behind purposely to generate a police response or cause alarm.

County police have increased their after-hours patrols around the school. The public is urged to call the police at 914-864-7700 if they have any information about these incidents or observe anyone within the school’s fenced-in grounds after the permitted hours.

As a precaution, students and staff are reminded not to handle any suspicious items found on school grounds or bring them inside the school building.

Police Update: September 18, 2023
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Mount Kisco Precinct Non-Emergency Number (914) 241-1100

Westchester County Department of Public Safety's Non-Emergency Number (914) 864-7700

The Westchester County Police provide public safety services in the Village/Town of Mount Kisco including patrol, investigation, aviation, special operation, and K-9 units. The Mount Kisco precinct is housed in the Richard A. Flynn Justice Complex.

For information regarding records prior to June 1, 2015 or any questions regarding alarm applications please contact Louise Dale at (914) 666-8193.