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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Deputy Dan
In this week’s #tbt photo, Deputy Sheriff Daniel M. Stephens surveys the damage to the windshield of his patrol car caused by a shotgun blast. In September of 1977, Stephens was dispatched to a residence on Prospect Hill Road in Brewster, for a report of a burglary that had occurred sometime in the past. The report was false and was, in fact, an ambush on law enforcement. When Stephens arrived and began to approach the residence, he stopped and turned back to return to his patrol car, because he forgot his hat. As Danny reached into the front seat of his car for his hat, a blast from a shotgun fired from within the house struck the windshield. Stephens was not injured during this incident. The suspect was found deceased in the residence from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Deputy Stephens retired years later from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office as a Senior Investigator and is currently an elected Putnam County Coroner. #pcsoNY #putnamcountyny #putnamsafeputnamstrong #putnamhistory #throwbackthursday #besafeoutthere
WABC interview
Sheriff Langley being interviewed by WABC’s Marcus Solis regarding the skimming devices found in Putnam County. Tune in today at 5 on channel 7! (Broadcast time may be subject to change)
K9 Lex
#K9Friday is off to a grrrreat start in 2019! Deputy Dalo and his K9 Lex are featured in this beautiful photograph by Margaret Foxmoore from “Dogs Outside the Ring.” Be safe out there guys and thanks for all you do! #pcsony #putnamcountyny #putnamsafeputnamstrong #germanshepherd #workingdog #policedog #k9 #sheriffk9
Bob Durkin
Welcome to your first #tbt of 2019! We don’t know if it’s the car or the deputy, but this sure looks like a scene right out of Mayberry R.F.D.. Actually, this is Deputy Sheriff Robert Durkin. Bob served in many capacities within the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, including, Deputy Sheriff, Criminal Investigator, Correction Officer, and Correction Sergeant. In this photo, Bob was serving civil papers in the Town of Kent, ca. 1963. #pcsoNY #putnamcountyny #putnamhistory #oldpolicecar
Book ‘em
Last one of 2018! This week’s #tbt photo features from left to right, Corporal Thomas Bradley, Undersheriff George A. Grenier, Sheriff Raynor Weizenecker and an unidentified prisoner. We are guessing that this conversation and the handcuffs may have something to do with the handgun George Grenier is holding. Photo ca 1968. #pcsony #putnamcountyny #putnamhistory

Town Hall Meetings With Sheriff Langley Announced

Your Sheriff and his team want to hear from YOU! What are you concerned about in your community? What does your community need from the Sheriff’s Department? What would you and your family like to see in terms of services and response?

Please join us for an informal evening of questions and discussion. Sheriff Robert L. Langley, Jr will be joined by Undersheriff Michael F. Corrigan, as well as Captains James Babcock (Operations), Kevin M. Cherverko (Corrections), Jon T. Jennings (Bureau of Criminal Investigations), Lisa Ortolano, Esq. (Civil) and Harry Tompkins (Patrol) and Lieutenant Sheila Hanley.
Your voice makes our work BETTER!

Cold Spring
Thursday, October 11, 2018 6:00pm - 7:00pm
The Old VFW Hall
34 Kemble Avenue
Cold Spring, NY 10516

Carmel
Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Bureau of Emergency services Auditorium
112 Old Route 6
Carmel, NY. 10512

BOTH EVENTS ARE FREE

Putnam County Heros

Monuments commemorating 9/11 heroes of Putnam County. #neverforget #911 #putnamcountyny #putnamcountystrong #thinblueline #thinredline #thinwhiteline #thelongrayline #nyfd #nypd #papd #putnamheroes

Putnam Monument

World Trade Rememberance 2018

World Trade Center

17 years ago on a bright and sunny beautiful day, our lives were changed forever. We still mourn for the lives lost then and the lives that were prematurely ended years later by its toxicity. We also pause to remember the lives they lived! Many women and men from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office without hesitation went to Ground Zero in the immediate and subsequent aftermath to be of help and support. We will never forget the lives lost and the bravery of all first responders who stood in harm’s way. We salute you all. “Some gave all, all gave some.” #neverforget #911. From Putnam County :

  • Carmel
    • Kuveikis, Thomas; 48
      New York Fire Department
    • Minara, Robert; 54
      New York Fire Department
  • Kent
    • Harlin, Daniel E.; 41
      New York Fire Department
  • Lake Carmel
    • Driscoll, Stephen Patrick; 38
      New York Police Department
  • Patterson
    • Blackwell, Christopher J.; 42
      New York Fire Department
    • Cain, George C.; 35
      New York Fire Department

World Trade Center
Deputy Thomas Desjardains Correction Officer Kevin McGuckian Deputy Robert Tichy Correction Officer John Segnit Deputy Thomas Velotti
World Trade Center
Investigator Mike Ball navigating his way through the field of twisted metal debris
World Trade Center
Starting from the left - John Segnit, Anthony Colella, Vinnie Martin, Richie Stellacci, John Matrician.

Putnam Safety Day - September 22nd

Putnam Safety Day - September 22nd
Save The Date for The Children’s Expo & Public Safety Day
September 22.
112 Old Route 6 Carmel
11am to 3pm

The Children’s Expo & Public Safety Day is an annual event that promotes and celebrates the police, fire fighters, local government, social service agencies, volunteer organizations, and private partnerships that work together to keep Putnam County safe for our children and families. In doing so, it brings cutting-edge programs and services to children and families at a free, fun event. The Children’s Expo & Public Safety Day is the most comprehensive injury prevention and safety education event in Putnam County.

It is a wonderful event, you should try to attend! Thanks to Bill Gouldman for the original post. #putnamchildrensexpo

Putnam County Sheriff's Department Awarded Grant From Alzheimer's Foundation of America to Help Protect Residents with Alzheimer's Disease

Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports that The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) has awarded grant funding to the Sheriff’s Department of Putnam County for its Project Lifesaver program.

Sheriff's Department K-9 Unit Assists Carmel Police Department

K9 LexK9 Lex

At approximately 5:30 a.m. on September 5, 2018, Deputy Vincent Dalo, Sergeant Timothy Keith, and K-9 Lex, who are assigned to the K-9 Unit of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, responded to a home in the Town of Carmel to assist the Carmel Police Department with a male subject who had fled the scene of a violent domestic incident.

Deputy Dalo obtained an article of the subject’s clothing which was used as a “scent article”. The “scent article” was introduced to Dalo’s K-9 partner Lex. Lex was able to locate a trail left by the subject and led Deputy Dalo and Sgt. Keith into a wooded area where the suspect was found lying in a tall grassy area.

Sgt. Keith handcuffed the subject and turned him over to the members of the Carmel Police Department.

Sheriff's Department Reports Multiple Arrests for Dwi During August

Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports multiple arrests for Driving While Intoxicated, made by Putnam County Sheriff Deputies, during the month of August. On August 11, 2018, at approximately 3:32 am, Deputy Brian Neary observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation on Bryant Pond Road, in the Town of Putnam Valley. Deputy Neary initiated a traffic stop of the vehicle. Subsequent investigation revealed that the vehicle’s driver, Eddie J. Miranda, age 47, of Mahopac, was allegedly intoxicated. Deputy Neary arrested Mr. Miranda. Mr.

14-Year-Old Southeast Boy Tragically Drowns in Lake Tonnetta

Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. sadly reports the drowning of 14-year-old Oscar Gonzalez. On September 3rd, 2018, at approximately 9:00 p.m. deputies from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call for a drowning that occurred at the Tonnetta Lake Beach, in the Town of Southeast.

Keeping Kids Safe in Garrison

Sheriff Langley, Captain Tompkins, Deputies Pizzuto and Levine along with Principal Alex Levine, Michael Twardy, Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds, Superintendent Laura Mitchell and Trooper Kristi Wilson have a Meet & Greet at and a tour of the Garrison Union Free School District to suggest improvements in keeping our children safe. #pcso #putnamcountyny #putnamsafeputnamstrong

Garrison Union Free School District.

School's Open - Drive Carefully, Putnam County Sheriff's Department Urges!

SPO John SegnitSPO John Segnit Lakeview Elementary School, Mahopac NY

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department is urging parents to teach their children some simple safety tips before they head back to school.

“Very soon, thousands of children will be walking to and from school and school buses- many for the first time,” said Sheriff Robert L. Langley, Jr. “Everyone who drives has a responsibility to be especially careful during this busy time for youngsters.”

Hundreds of young children are killed each year in collisions with motor vehicles, and thousands more are severely injured, the Sheriff said. Children tend to be at greater risk during the back-to-school period because they are thinking more about seeing old friends and new teachers than watching for cars and trucks. Others are going to school for the first time.

Drivers should be especially cautious in school areas, keeping their speed at or below posted limits and being prepared to stop, on both sides of the street, for school buses with flashing red lights, as required by New York State law.

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