The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office strives to provide the finest and most professional public safety services to the residents and visitors of Niagara County. To that end, Sheriff James R. Voutour announced Undersheriff Michael Filicetti will meet with town supervisors and village mayors throughout Niagara County to discuss and reinforce programs and services available through the NCSO.
The NCSO is an accredited law enforcement agency that offers a wide variety of programs available to the community, including sex offender management, which can be used by parents to protect their children from sex offenders residing in their community. The Child Passenger Safety Program allows sheriff deputies, who are certified technicians, to properly inspect and install child passenger safety seats.
Filicetti said, “One of the primary goals with this initiative is to create a dialog with representatives in each of the towns and villages. We also aim to collaborate with police chiefs and other law enforcement personnel to solicit feedback as to how the sheriff’s office can improve their service to the community”.
Voutour said, “The sheriff’s office has a great working relationship with our community partners. There is no better way to learn about the needs of a community than to go out and meet with representatives to let them know we are here for them.”
To learn more about the NCSO and the other available services, visit its website at www.NiagaraSheriff.com.