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According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 165
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 94
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(315) 253-2911

Cayuga County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff David Gould Undersheriff James StowellCayuga County encompasses 82,000 residents, 23 towns, and 9 villages. The Cayuga County Sheriff's Office was formed in 1799 when the County of Cayuga was set apart from Onondaga County, New York. Today the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office is made up of about 170 employees in the Law Enforcement, Custody, Civil and Civilian employee bureaus.
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office added 10 new photos.Monday, May 22nd, 2017 at 8:42am
Thank you to everyone that came out today and participated in our Child Passenger Safety Event in Auburn. Technicians assisted with the proper installation of child restraints and Safe Child cards were distributed. Child Passenger Safety and Drug Awareness coloring books were also distributed to those that participated.
A big thank you to the following people for helping today:

BOCES Criminal Justice Students Nate Green and Lindsey Debois.
Jonathan Schenck.
Denise Cornelius - Cayuga County 911.
Safe Child - Deputy Kelley Barrera and Sgt Jeff Ross with the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office.
Technicians: Christina Bennett and Julie Wall with the Cayuga Seneca Action Agency, Trooper Jennifer Vancamp with the NY State Police, Deputy Sue Alvarado and Tracie Coulson with the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office.
Elroy the Elk.
George Wethey with the Cayuga County Highway Department.

A big thank you to the Auburn Elks lodge 474 for providing the new child restraints through an Elks National Foundation grant that were available today and co-hosting and assisting with the check.
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office updated their cover photo.Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 1:06am
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office
Cayuga County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 12:47am

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 'Click It or Ticket' campaign will take place May 22 thru June 4, 2017

The Cayuga County Sheriff's Office will be working in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies to enforce the seat-belt and passenger safety laws that save thousands of lives annually.

The Cayuga County Sheriff's Office will be conducting both covert and High Visibility Enforcement details to ensure compliance with New York State Traffic Laws. Some of these details may include traffic check points where you will be required to slow or stop as Officers in the roadway observe each vehicle.
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office
Cayuga County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 5:15am
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 ** PLEASE SHARE **

Ongoing Burglary / Grand Larceny Investigation


Sheriff David Gould reports that The Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary and multiple larcenies that occurred sometime this past Friday evening (05/12) through Saturday morning (5/13) in the Town of Sennett.

At approximately 6:00 AM on Saturday members of the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office responded to East Genesee Street Road (Route 20) in the Town of Sennett for a reported burglary and multiple larcenies. A green 2007 Suzuki 500 four wheeler was reported stolen from an open car port along with an air compressor. A photo of the actual Suzuki four wheeler is attached and Detectives are actively working to locate it. A next door neighbor reported that various tools and a push lawn mower were stolen from a garage during the same time frame.

Anyone with information relative to these cases is asked to contact Detective Rob Franklin at 315-253-1132. You can also send tips by going to www.cayugacounty.us/cayugacrime/Crime-Tips.
Cayuga County Sheriff's Office
Cayuga County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 13th, 2017 at 2:56am

Sheriff David Gould urges extreme caution when on or around our local lakes and waterways.

Most are flowing at an elevated level due to recent rain and contain debris such as floating logs often hidden from the surface.

The Seneca River, including Cross Lake, as well as Lake Ontario are considerably high causing flooding resulting in erosion and damage to structures.

Boaters should use caution and good judgement and make every effort to steer clear of flooded shorelines and minimize any wakes. Some areas such as Little Sodus Bay have No-Wake Zones in place.