Police Department FAQ's
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Where is the New Hartford Police Department located?
The New Hartford Police Department is located at 8635 Clinton Street, New Hartford, New York 13413. (The Orchard Plaza in the Former Gander Mountain Building)
What are the hours of operation?
Office hours are Monday – Friday 8 am to 4:30pm.
Patrols are 24/7.
Does the Police Department offer fingerprinting for residents?
Yes, at the Front Desk, 8635 Clinton Street. We only do “ink and roll” type prints. You will need to supply the card that you are required to be printed on.
Fees are: Residents - $25 for up to 3 cards, Non-Residents - $50 for up to 3 cards.
Does the Police Department offer photo identification for residents?
No, these can be obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
How do I formally recognize the efforts of an employee of the New Hartford Police Department?
The New Hartford Police Department is recognized as one of the finest in the area. Continual feedback from the citizens it serves is vital to improving all aspects of the Police Department. We encourage your comments and suggestions.
To formally recognize an officer or employee you may contact his/her Supervisor or Command Officer by telephone at 315-724-7111. You may also write the Chief directly or utilize the Service Evaluation form located HERE.
How can I get a police report of crime for myself?
With certain limitations, the New Hartford Police Department can issue you a report if you were the victim of a crime. Reports can be obtained from the Records Office at the New Hartford Police Department upon filing of a written request.
How can I get a copy of an accident report?
You may get reports from 2013 through present day online at https://policereports.lexisnexis.com
As an involved party, you may also walk into the station and request a copy at the window.
How do I obtain a pistol permit?
Applications for pistol permits are only available through the Oneida County Pistol Permit Office located at the Oneida County Office Building, 800 Park Ave, Utica, NY 13501. Click HERE to go there now.
Who takes over my case when the investigating officer is off-duty?
In nearly all cases, the officer who took your report will be case-responsible and will follow the case through until its completion. This officer will work your case as quickly and thoroughly as possible during his/her on-duty shifts.