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ULSTER COUNTY JAIL Address

ULSTER COUNTY JAIL
61 GOLDEN HILL DRIVE
KINGSTON, NY
12401

ULSTER COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 148
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(845) 340-7494

Ulster County, NY Offense Statistics
Violent Crime41
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)14
Robbery1
Aggravated Assault26
Property Crime230
Burglary38
Larceny-theft180
Motor Vehicle Theft12
Arsonnot available
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

Ulster County Sheriff's Office

A Message from the Sheriff - It is the mission of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office to serve the public by enhancing our partnership with the community, and in so doing, protect life and property, prevent crime, solve problems and foster good will through courtesy and professionalism.The Ulster County Sheriff's Office shall maintain a correctional facility with the highest degree of security to ensure the safety of the citizens, staff and inmates.The Ulster County Sheriff's Office was established in 1661. The Sheriff of Ulster County is an elected official (4 year term) who is the chief law enforcement officer of the County and is the county's conservator of the peace in accordance with County Law section 650. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office is accredited by the New York State Law Enforcement Accreditation Council and is comprised of three main divisions: Criminal Division, Corrections Division and Civil Division.Criminal Division Headquartered in the City of Kingston and located in the Hudson Valley of New York State, the Sheriff's Criminal Division provides proactive law enforcement services to the county's residents and visitors in 20 towns, 3 villages and the city of Kingston. Ulster County is comprised of 1,150 square miles with 2,200 miles of roadways, and a population of 182,493 (2010 Census). Corrections Division The Sheriff is responsible for the custody, control and movement of inmates confined to the Ulster County Jail. Committed to the jail are prisoners who may be charged with any type of crime or violation, including homicide, rape, DWI, trespass, etc. The Sheriff is responsible to assure that all prisoners are kept secure and properly cared for. He must continually conform to the rules and regulations set forth by NYS Correction Law and the New York State Correction Commission, such as providing contact visitation, education, and rehabilitation. Civil Division The Civil Division is a state mandated service of the Sheriff's Office. Its purpose and function is to serve and execute the various legal processes issued not only by and for the several non-criminal courts of the state and its subdivisions, but also for the legal community and the general public. Departmental and divisional policies and procedures are consistent with New York State and court case law and are designed and developed to insure the accurate, expeditious, and judicious service and execution of all matters relating to civil process. The rulings that apply include Civil Practice Law and Rules, Judiciary Law, Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law (RPAPL), and the Family Court Act (FCA).Annual ReportThe Ulster County Sheriff's Office Annual Reports feature information on activities each department, including call, complaint, arrest, accident, and inmate statistics, investigations, advancements and awards. Our Agency Mission It is the mission of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office to serve the public by enhancing our partnership with the community, and in so doing, protect life and property, prevent crime, solve problems and foster good will through courtesy and professionalism.The Ulster County Sheriff's Office shall maintain a correctional facility with the highest degree of security to ensure the safety of the citizens, staff and inmates.Value Statements In our continuing pursuit of excellence, we, the members of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office, are dedicated to, and proudly promote:Dignity With confidence and pride in ourselves, we strive to remain compassionate and protect the rights of all citizens equally.Integrity We will be responsible for our conduct, both professionally and personally. We will be fair, honest, courteous and show strength of character at all times. We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of ethical conduct and strive to be role models for all.Professional Service We recognize the trust the public places in us and we accept that responsibility. We are devoted to providing quality service and strive to remain effective, efficient and responsive to the changing needs of our community while providing a safe environment.Sworn or civilian, full-time or part-time, we are proud to belong to this agency and to promote these values.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 12:22am
ARREST: Detectives from the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office report the arrest of an inmate at the Ulster County Jail, following an investigation alleging he had been making phone calls to a person who has an Order of Protection against him.

On 09/19/17 Christopher J. Williams, 34, formerly of Accord, was charged with seven misdemeanor counts Criminal Contempt in the Second degree. From May through September, 2017 Williams made seven calls to the protected party in violation of an Order of Protection issued by Ulster County Family Court.

Mr. Williams remains held on bail from a previous burglary charge and will be arraigned in the City of Kingston court on a later date.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 1:51am
PRESS RELEASE

HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE EQUIFAX HACK

The Ulster County District Attorney’s Division of Consumer Affairs and New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman encourage consumers to take steps to see if your data was compromised and to strongly consider additional measures to protect yourself:

• To check whether your information was compromised, go to www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.

• Check your credit reports by visiting annualcreditreport.com. This is a free service. Accounts or activity that you do not recognize could indicate identity theft.

• Consider placing a credit freeze on your files. It will not prevent a thief from using any of your existing accounts, but a credit freeze makes it harder for someone to open a new account in your name.

• Monitor your existing credit card and bank accounts closely for unauthorized charges. Call the credit card company or bank immediately about any charges you do not recognize.

• Since Social Security numbers were affected, there is a risk of tax fraud. Tax identity theft happens when someone uses your Social Security number to get a tax refund or a job. Consider filing your taxes early and pay close attention to correspondence from the IRS.

Consumer Affairs can be reached at 340-3260.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 2:29am
DEATH INVESTIGATION UPDATE:

Brian A. Jones, 41, of Kingston, NY sustained fatal injuries as a result of the accident.

Detectives from the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office report the arrest of an Esopus man following an investigation into a fatal motor vehicle crash in the Town of Esopus.

On September 14, 2017 at approximately 7:28 PM, this agency responded to the report of a car versus bicycle crash on New Salem Road in the Town of Esopus. Preliminary investigation indicated John J. Ronk, 40, of Port Ewen, was operating his 2004 Nissan X-Terra while under the influence of alcohol and struck the bicyclist. The bicyclist was transported by ambulance to Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, Broadway Campus and later succumbed to his injuries.

Mr. Ronk was charged with the felony of Aggravated Vehicular Homicide and arraigned in the Town of Esopus Justice Court, where he was remanded to the Ulster County Jail without bail, to reappear on a later date.

The investigation remains ongoing and additional charges may be filed.

Detectives are being assisted by members of the New York State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit (CRU), New York State Police Forensic Investigation Unit (FIU) and the Ulster County District Attorney's Office.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 1:35am
NEW SUBSTATION LOCATION: On 09/14/17, this agency held the official opening for the new location of the Shandaken substation. The substation moved from its previous location in the Shandaken Town Hall to its new location, opposite the Emerson Spa, at 146 Mount Pleasant Road in Mt Tremper. All contact numbers remain the same.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 1:12am
ARREST: Members of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office report the arrest of Kevin J. Estrada, 22, of Highland for the misdemeanors of Driving While Intoxicated and driving with a Blood Alcohol Content in Excess of .08%, in addition to vehicle and traffic violations.

On September 17, 2017, at approximately 4:40 AM deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street in the Town of New Paltz for vehicle and traffic violations. Further investigation revealed Mr. Estrada was operating his vehicle while intoxicated.

Mr. Estrada was released with an appearance ticket returnable to the Town of New Paltz Court on a later date. Deputies were assisted at the scene by the New York State Police.
Ulster County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 1:10am
ARREST: Members of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office report the arrest of Roy A. Penn-Cosentino, 39, of Greenfield Park for the misdemeanors of Driving While Intoxicated and Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated.

On September 16, 2017, at approximately 9:45 PM deputies responded to Braden Road in the Town of Wawarsing for an unconscious subject inside a vehicle at the intersection of Braden Road and Mountaindale Road. Further investigation revealed Mr. Penn-Cosentino was operating his vehicle while intoxicated.

Mr. Penn-Cosentino was released with an appearance ticket returnable to the Town of Wawarsing Court on a later date. Deputies were assisted at the scene by the New York State Police.