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Genesse County Jail Address

Genesse County Jail
165 Park Road
Batavia, NY

Phone:(585) 343-0838

Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NY

The Genesee County Sheriff's Office is a New York State accredited public safety organization with responsibilities which includes the enforcement of all laws, maintaining peace and order, preserving the rights of our citizens, protecting property and personal safety; providing professional public safety dispatching services; providing animal control services; and assisting persons in need. Further, responsibilities include providing a safe and secure jail, meeting the needs of victims and providing community service programs, and properly receiving and executing any and all legal civil processes referred to the Office of the Sheriff.
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Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NYFriday, February 17th, 2017 at 3:46pm
Congratulations to Deputy Christopher A. Parker for receiving the New York State Sheriffs' Association Institute Deputy of the Year!

Albany – Deputy Sheriff Christopher Parker of the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has been selected as the 2017 New York State Sheriffs’ Institute’s Deputy of the Year. He was nominated for the award by Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr.

This statewide award was presented at the New York State Sheriffs’ Institute’s Annual Awards Luncheon, which is annually held in Albany.

On September 13, 2016, the Genesee County Emergency Dispatch Center received a report of a fire in a six-apartment complex in the Town of Pavilion, Genesee County. Deputy Chris Parker was the first law enforcement officer on the scene. When he arrived, he observed a fire in apartment #6. Thick, black smoke was rolling out of the building. Deputy Parker, without regard for his own safety and without any protective breathing apparatus or gear, entered apartment #5 to check for residents.

After he cleared the ground floor of that apartment, he entered apartment #4 and cleared that as well. In doing so, he realized that the apartments were two stories, and he had not cleared the second story of apartment #5, directly next to the fire. He returned to #5 to check the upstairs. As he entered a bedroom on the second floor, he discovered an elderly man asleep in a bed. The room was filling with smoke. He woke the man and got him out of the building. Deputy Parker then continued to clear apartments as firefighters started to arrive. This effort was all captured on Parker’s body camera.

Given the fact that the elderly man was sound asleep as smoke crept in his bedroom, Deputy Parker’s quick, fearless actions most likely saved the elderly man’s life.

“Deputy Parker’s heroic action, in which he reentered a building fully engulfed in flames, to rescue an elderly man meets the Deputy of the Year Award’s criteria perfectly,” stated the Award’s Selection Committee’s Chairman, Sheriff Ron Spike of Yates County. “Deputy Parker put his life on the line to save the life of another. In today’s society we use the word hero pretty loosely, but not in this particular case. Deputy Parker is a hero in the true definition of the word.”

Photo: from left to right – Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr., Award’s Selection Committee Chairman/Yates County Sheriff Ronald G. Spike, Deputy Christopher A. Parker, New York State Sheriffs’ Association President Christopher P. Farber.
Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NY
Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NYFriday, February 3rd, 2017 at 4:47pm

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office would like to make you aware of a potential scam that occurred this afternoon in the Elba area.

The dispatch center received a call today from a citizen who said a silver minivan was parked across the street from her home. As she was leaving her residence, the minivan pulled into her driveway and a white male, average height, thin build, wearing glasses and a baseball cap approached her and inquired if she was the homeowner and asked questions about her mortgage. He told the resident that he was from Bank of America and had important information for her and that her home mortgage was in default. The male gave her a manila envelope with a phone number of
1-800-669-0102 on it and advised her to contact the number.

Bank of America was contacted and is unfamiliar with this practice and will be looking into it on their end. A search of the 800 phone number results in several reviews that this is a scam.

If you have any additional information, experience or witness this type of activity, please contact the Emergency Services Dispatch Center by calling 9-1-1 or 343-5000.
Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NY
Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NYThursday, January 26th, 2017 at 10:03am
Reports have been received that there is a National Grid phone scam occuring in our area. Someone claiming to be from National Grid is calling residents and businesses stating that they owe payment on their bill; and if it is not remitted, service will be shut off.

The caller claims that letters have been previously sent to the resident/business and the caller gives a phone number of 844-691-3363. If that number is called, a person does answer claiming to be from National Grid.

Our Office has reached out to National Grid, and it is aware of the scam. It is one that is not just a local scam, but it is relatively new, and they are working on alerting all their customers.

National Grid advises anyone that receives this call to ask the caller for the account number, which should be able to be given without hesitation. Or, you can contact National Grid directly at the number on your bill to inquire about any balance due or speak to someone with authority.
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Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NY shared City of Batavia Police Department, NY's post.Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 11:58am
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Genesee County Sheriff's Office - Batavia, NYFriday, December 30th, 2016 at 6:22pm
State Route 63 (Ellicott Street Rd.) Town of Pavilion is closed as of this time between State Route 20 (Telephone Rd.) and State Route 19 (S Lake Rd.) due to several vehicles off the road and tractor trailers jack knifed because of icy road conditions.