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home 3660 Cold Springs Rd, Baldwinsville, NY 13027, USA
phone (315) 622-2455

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ONONDAGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Address

Onondaga County Jail
6660 SENECA TURNPIKE
JAMESVILLE, NY
13078

ONONDAGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 375
Inmate Capacity: 464
Year Constructed: 1983
Full-Time Staff: 213
Total Staff Salaries: $11,719,929

Phone:(315) 435-5581

Onondaga County, NY Offense Statistics
Violent Crime187
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter2
Rape (revised and legacy definition)32
Robbery31
Aggravated Assault122
Property Crime1,924
Burglary311
Larceny-theft1,564
Motor Vehicle Theft49
Arson9
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Onondaga County Sheriff's Office

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Onondaga County Sheriff's Office added 8 new photos.Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 2:39am
Several female members of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office spent yesterday afternoon as mentors for young girls in the Girls, Inc. at the YWCA Syracuse & Onondaga County program. During the afternoon the deputies assisted the girls with their homework, did arts and crafts with them and even had a bake off. Deputies taught them how to bake chocolate chip cookies and snickerdoodle cookies while sharing stories and memories with each other.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 1:50am
This fundraiser is part of a larger effort to support Special Olympics programs in local communities, with more than 390 restaurants in 40 states and British Columbia, Canada participating. Law enforcement members will volunteer their time as servers alongside Red Robin’s wait staff to raise funds, and all donations will benefit Special Olympics New York.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, October 15th, 2017 at 11:26pm
National Teen Driver Safety Week, October 15-21, 2017

The Onondaga County Traffic Safety Advisory Board (OCTSAB) along with the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is joining with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration during National Teen Driver Safety Week (October 15-21) to encourage all parents to talk to their teen drivers about the rules of the road.

Parents can play an important role in helping ensure their teen drivers take smart steps to stay safe on the road. NHTSA gives parents tips on how to talk about safe driving behaviors with their teens and to address the most dangerous and deadly driving behaviors for teen drivers: alcohol, lack of seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and driving with passengers.

NHTSA’s website, www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving, has detailed information and statistics on teen driving and outlines the basic rules parents can use to help reduce the risks for teen drivers:
■ No Drinking and Driving. All teens are too young to legally buy, possess, or consume alcohol, but they are still at risk. Nationally in 2015, almost one out of five teen passenger vehicle drivers involved in fatal crashes had been drinking.
■ Buckle Up—Every Trip, Every Time. Everyone—Front Seat and Back. Wearing a seat belt is one of the simplest ways for teens to stay safe in a vehicle and it is required in all 50 States.
■ Eyes on the Road, Hands on the Wheel. All the Time. Distractions while driving are more than just risky—they can be deadly. Remind your teen about the dangers of texting and using a phone while driving. Distracted driving isn’t limited to cell phone use; other passengers, audio and climate controls in the vehicle, and eating or drinking while driving are all examples of dangerous distractions for teen drivers.
■ Follow the Posted Speed Limit. Speeding is a critical issue for all drivers, especially for teens.
■ Passengers. Passengers in a teen’s car can lead to disastrous consequences. According to data analyzed by NHTSA, teen drivers were 2.5 times more likely to engage in one or more potentially risky behaviors when driving with one teenage peer.
■ Avoid Driving Tired.

So Parents, please take the time to talk to your teen driver about the rules of the road to ensure safe travels.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, October 15th, 2017 at 11:25pm
Deputies Identify Victim in Fatal Crash on Interstate 81

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that deputies have identified the victim in Friday evening’s fatal crash that occurred on Interstate 81 near the Lafayette exit in the Town of Lafayette.

At approximately 10:36 pm, Sheriff’s Deputies along with members from the New York State Police and rescue personnel from the Lafayette Fire Department, responded to the southbound lanes of Interstate 81 just north of the Lafayette exit for a reported collision involving a tractor trailer and motorist who had exited his vehicle to help a friend. Deputies investigating the crash say the motorist, Madhav Regmi (36) of Syracuse, had been following the friend when he observed an open door on the friend’s truck. After alerting the friend, the two pulled to the shoulder of the road to secure the door. As the Regmi was returning to his vehicle, he was struck by a passing FedEx tandem tractor trailer.

Regmi was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the FedEx tractor trailer, Gary Fox (43) of Phoenix, was not injured.

The crash continues to remain under investigation.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's Office added 6 new photos.Sunday, October 15th, 2017 at 2:38am
Stop out and see us today at the Clay Fire Department on Route 31 or the Mattydale Fire Department on East Molloy Road, where we will be participating in their open house/safety day event. If you're looking for Safe Child ID's, we will be providing them at the Mattydale Fire Department from 11-2 pm. If your looking to check out some incredible robots from our Bomb Squad, then swing by the Clay Fire Department where we will be until 2 pm. Lots of activities, education, fire trucks, food and more.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, October 14th, 2017 at 7:30pm
Deputies Investigate Fatal Crash on Interstate 81 near Lafayette

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a fatal crash that occurred this evening on Interstate 81 near the Lafayette exit in the Town of Lafayette.

At approximately 10:36 pm, Sheriff’s Deputies along with members from the New York State Police and rescue personnel from the Lafayette Fire Department, responded to the southbound lanes of Interstate 81 just north of the Lafayette exit for a reported collision involving a tractor trailer and motorist who had exited his vehicle to help a friend. Deputies investigating the crash say the motorist had been following the friend when he observed an open door on the friend’s truck. After alerting the friend, the two pulled to the shoulder of the road to secure the door. As the man was returning to his vehicle, he was struck by a passing FedEx tandem tractor trailer.

The victim, a man in his 30’s from Syracuse, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the FedEx tractor trailer, a 43 year old man from Oswego County, was not injured.

Employees from the New York State Department of Transportation were called in to assist Deputies with shutting down the highway. The southbound lanes of Interstate 81 between the Nedrow and Lafayette exits had to be closed for several hours while members of the Sheriff’s Accident Investigation Team processed the scene.