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Clifton Park Town Hall

Security Patrol

The Town of Clifton Park is committed to ensuring the public safety and protecting the citizens and property of our community. In addition to dedicated contract policing by the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Department and the New York State Troopers Clifton Park maintains a Town Security Patrol. Patrols Town facilities – Buildings, Parks, Sport Venues and residential neighborhoods to insure the public safety and protect public and private property. Conducts Speeding checks on Town roadways to ensure general compliance with posted speed limits. Patrols days, evenings and weekends at varied hours to meet local needs and concerns. Are lawful “Code Enforcement Officers” responsible for the enforcement of all Town Codes and ordinances. Enforces all Fire Lane and Handicapped Parking laws. Provides security and lawful presence at all Town Board and Committee meetings, in the Justice Court and general public gatherings in Town Hall. Assists the Shenendehowa Schools with Crossing Guard duties on busy highways. Provides Crossing duties and traffic control for Town Day Camp sites. Provides Traffic Control and ensures public safety at all civic events, Town sponsored events, from sports tournaments to parades, and/or emergencies. Conducts “Vacation” home security checks to deter unlawful activity, upon written request of the homeowner, while away on vacation. See “Online Vacation Form”. Consists of 3 Full Time and 5 Part Time New York State certified security officers in fully equipped radio cars.


Vacation Forms

Online Vacation Form

Printable Vacation Form

National Night Out in Clifton Park, Tuesday August 2, 2016

Clifton Park will be celebrating the 11th Annual National Night Out Against Crime event in the Clifton Common on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Clifton Common Basketball Courts. Children ages 6 to 12 are invited to join the Town and our local first-responders […]

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