Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr.

Sheriff Robert L. Langley, Jr.Robert L. Langley Jr.
Putnam County Sheriff

Robert L. Langley, Jr, the 55th Putnam County Sheriff, is committed to Putnam County and has built his life around public service. He was raised in Carmel and graduated from the Mahopac Central School District. He makes his home on a small farm in Garrison with his wife, Lydia JA Langley, and is the founder and president of a private security company serving commercial and residential clients.

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Hello #K9Friday! Deputy Hill’s #americanbloodhound is ready for the weekend and for his close up. Stay safe out there you two! #putnamsheriffNY #putnamcountyNY #policedog #workingdog #sheriffK9
Village of Brewster
For this week’s #throwbackthursday we have, from left to right, Village of Brewster Mayor Stan Tuttle, Putnam County Sheriff Ray Weizenecker and Deputy Sheriff Ralph Pellegrini, kicking off the Neighborhood Watch Program in the Village of Brewster, ca 1984. #putnamsheriffNY #putnamcountyNY #brewsterNY #putnamhistory #neighborhoodwatch
Putnam Valley Fire Prevention Day
Deputy AJ Pizzuto and Red E. Fox of the @putnam_county_b.e.s_ checking in from Putnam Valley Town Park Fire Prevention Day. #putnamsheriffNY #putnamcountyNY #putnamvalleyNY #putnamvalleyfiredepartment
Yom Kippur
Wishing all observing Yom Kippur an easy fast. #putnamsheriffNY
Captain Lawrence M. Connolly
In this week’s #throwbackthursday photo, we feature (from left to right) Captain Gerald P. Butler, Senior Investigator Roger M. Preble, Captain Lawrence M. Connolly, Sergeant Robert E. Wanrken, First Sergeant Carmine Restivo Jr., Investigator Michael F. Corrigan, Sergeant Thomas Greene, Undersheriff Phillip E. Prinze and Sheriff Robert D. Thoubboron. This photo was taken on the occasion of Captain Connolly’s retirement after twenty years of service to the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, April of 1969 to April of 1989. Connolly, from Putnam Valley, was the captain of the Road Patrol Division. Thank you for your years of service!
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Hope Not Handcuffs

Putnam County is proud to introduce Hope Not Handcuffs, a program which is an innovative approach to bring hope to those struggling with addiction. This program brings law enforcement and community organizations together in an effort to find viable treatment options for individuals seeking help. Tonight, the Hope not Handcuffs Hudson Valley Coordinators trained many community members to become volunteer Angels. These Angels will assist participants with paperwork and provide support until a treatment option is found. Three law enforcement departments were represented tonight; Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley, Jr., Kent Chief of Police Kevin Owens and Carmel Chief of Police Michael Cazzari will all be participating in this program. Legislators Nancy Montgomery and Toni Addinizio joined in with the training supervised by Kristin McConnell Executive Director The Prevention Council of Putnam and Susan Solomon of Drug Crisis in Our Backyard. #hopenothandcuffshv #putnamsheriffny #putnamcountyny #putnamsafeputnamstrong #teamputnam (Photos provides by Chief of Staff McKinney/group photo by Kristin McConnel)

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Tomorrow - Putnam Angel Training

PUTNAM ANGEL TRAINING

Tomorrow! * PUTNAM ANGEL TRAINING!! *

Thursday, August 22, 2019 6:00-6:30pm - Registration
6:30-8:30pm- Angel Training

LOCATION: Putnam County Bureau of Emergency Services Building
112 Old Route 6, Carmel, NY 10512

Sign up for training here:

https://tricountycommunitypartnership.org/hope-not-handcuffs

Questions?
Call: (833) 428-4673, ext. 1

#putnamsheriffny #putnamcountyny #hopenothandcuffs #angels

***UPDATED*** Peekskill Hollow Road Accident

UPDATED: Photos from Monday’s truck crash on Peekskill Hollow Road and Tinker Hill Road in Putnam Valley. Among the multiple agencies that assisted the Putnam Valley Fire Department are the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, the Putnam County Bureau of Emergency Services Hazmat Team, the Westchester County Hazmat Team, the Peekskill Volunteer Ambulance Corps, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Fire Department Hazmat Team, the NY DEC, the New York State Environmental Conservation Police, the New York State Fire who responded to this incident since there was spillage of approximately 3000 gallons of asphalt emulsion into the stream. The Kent Fire Department, Mahopac Falls Vol. Fire Department, Continental Village Vol. Fire Department and Yorktown Heights Volunteer FD all provided mutual aid for the agencies and first responders engaged in the aftermath of the crash which 11 hours later was still an active scene. The driver suffered minor injuries in this one vehicle accident. Earlier in the day Peekskill Hollow Road was closed between Bryant Pond Road and Jeanne Drive for an extended period of time. Access to and from Tinker Hill Road via Oscawana Lake Road only. Check for continued road closures in the morning in case of any updates. Thank you to Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department for the more complete information of involved agencies cooperating to secure and address the scene. #putnamsheriffNY #putnamcountyny #firstresponders #hazmat #putnamvalleyfiredepartment #putnam_county_b.e.s_ #multiagencycooperation #putnamvalleyny (photos and drone images by and courtesy of @fiftyfivephotos-do not reproduce without permission)
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Thank You Monika and Joe Stilwell

Many thanks from everyone at the #putnamsheriffny to Monika and Joe Stilwell for their generosity in throwing such a wonderful family picnic for Department members and their families. The weather could not have been better for food and fun in the sun. The Stilwells made generous contributions to the Sheriff’s Office which have aided public safety for our community. Did you go? #stilwellfamilypicnic2019 We are so grateful for their hospitality. #putnamcountyNY #community #K9 #policedog @pcso_k9kato

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Area Law Enforcement Thanked for Support

Sheriff Langley and Undersheriff Corrigan where honored along with other leaders from Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office (Sheriff Michael Schiff), Ulster County Sheriff’s Office (Sheriff Juan Figueroa), Orange County Sheriff’s Office (Sheriff Carl DuBois), Albany County Sheriff’s Office (Sheriff Craig Apple Sr.), Bethel Police Department (Senior Constable Douglas Ketcham), Fallsburgh Police Department (Chief Simmie Williams), Sullivan County District Attorney’s Office (DA Jim Farrell), Town of Bethel Supervisors Office (Supervisor Daniel Sturm) along with other officials from the region. Rabbi Abe Friedman recognized and thanked these leaders for their support and collaboration with the community. #putnamsheriffny #multiagencycooperation #community

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Illegal Dumping Arrest

Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports the arrest of a Bronx man on littering charges for illegally dumping garbage in the Town of Southeast.

On July 29, 2019, Deputy Randel Hill was patrolling Barrett Road in the Town of Southeast when he happened upon a large quantity of trash and construction debris that had been dumped on the County owned property adjacent to interstate 84. After surveying the scene, Deputy Hill collected photographs of the scene and then dug through several bags looking for any identifying garbage that would help locate the owner. In one of the bags Deputy Hill located paperwork belonging to a Lake Carmel man.

Given the quantity and substance of the garbage, (roofing shingles, car tires, lawn mowers and household garbage) Deputy Hill contacted Environmental Conservation Officer (ECO) Kevin Wamsley.

The next day Deputy Hill and ECO Wamsley located the Lake Carmel man. After an investigation Deputy Hill and ECO Wamsley learned that the Lake Carmel man, who was a contractor, had paid an independent contractor to remove waste from a construction site in Yonkers. The independent contractor, 56 year old Antonio Ortiz-Zayas, of the Bronx, was contacted and directed to meet Deputy Hill and ECO Wamsley at the dump site.

Ortiz-Zayas, who, later at the dump site, related to Deputy Hill and ECO Wamsley that he thought Barrett Road was a free dumping site, was issued a Littering summons by Deputy Hill and an Unlawful Disposal Summons by ECO Wamsley, both returnable to the Town of Southeast Justice Court on August 27, 2019.

The garbage was picked up and removed by Ortiz-Zayas.

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15 Potentially Dangerous Apps

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15 potentially dangerous apps that could be on your child’s phone. Apps, many of which are intended for adults, can expose your children to a range of things from bullying and unwanted sexual messages. Some apps can even give strangers your child’s location. Here’s what you can do to help protect your children:
1) Approve every app on your child’s phone. 2) Check privacy settings. 3)Talk with your child about phone use, apps, and social media. Be Smart & Stay Safe while using your smart phone

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Tactical Handcuffing

Deputy Michael Varley instructing future law enforcement officers in tactical handcuffing. Deputy Varley is a highly sought after defensive tactics instructor who trains not only members of this Department but also multiple agencies in Westchester County. We know. He is the best! #putnamsheriffny #putnamcountyNY #putnamsafeputnamstrong #defensivetactics #handcuffing #futureLEOS

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Putnam Lake National Night Out

Many thanks to all the folks who braved the forecast and attended #nationalnightout2019. It was a great success with the @pcsocadets helping with assisting people, K9 Lex and his handler Deputy Dalo doing a decoy training along with Deputy Kraisky, Deputies Pierson and Pizzuto running the child safety table with its great swag, Sgt. Monroe and Deputy Sadowski demonstrating the drone and Sheriff Langley thanking the community for being an active part of helping the Department do its job more efficiently. (Most photos provided by Deputy Pierson) #putnamsheriffny #putnamcountyny #communitypolicing #putnamlakeny #pattersonny #putnamsafeputnamstrong #pcsocadets #sheriffK9 #dronephotography

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National Night Out in Putnam Lake

Tonight! Join in #nationalnightout2019 in Putnam Lake. The #putnamsheriffny will have a K9 there as well as a drone demonstration and information on child safety. Other agencies will be there too with their own programs. The weather seems to be holding off so head on over for a fun evening of community. Details below. #putnamlakeny #putnamcountyny #communitypolicing @nyspolice

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