Detention Services Division - 104 S Broadway

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Detention Services Division

Commanding Officer
Captain Frank Cariello

Courts & Detention Services Division

104 South Broadway

Phone: 377-7252  Fax: 377-7269

Detention Services
Detention Services, which is located at the City Jail at 104 South Broadway, consists of Central Booking (Booking Officers and Detention Officers) and the Warrant Squad. The initial processing of most arrests in the city occurs at Central Booking. During the booking procedure, prisoners have charges specified against them, and are photographed, fingerprinted, and lodged at the jail prior to their initial appearance in court.

Central Booking
The Booking Officer (a police lieutenant) is responsible for administration of the facility, the proper handling of all arrested persons, and the supervision of staff. The lieutenants oversee the safety and security of the jail, ensure prisoners are treated according to the law and police department policy, and maintain pertaining to booking procedures.

 

Courts Services

104 So Broadway, Yonkers, New York

Phone: 377-7257  Fax: 377-7263

The Courts Services
The Courts Services Division provides the assistance needed to expedite the prosecution and resolution of criminal, traffic, and civil cases brought by or on behalf of department members. Our main goal is to maintain an effective working relationship between the police department and the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office and the courts to ensure the orderly prosecution of cases. It also serves the victims of domestic violence by providing professional services to them and encouraging them to hold offenders accountable for their actions.

The Courts Services acts as a liaison between the police department and the Yonkers City Court System, the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office, and the New York State Court Officers. It notifies members when they are needed to appear in the Yonkers Criminal, Traffic, or Civil Courts, and supervises these appearances.
The Criminal Case Review Office researches cases, obtains criminal histories, and DMV information for the Courts and the District Attorney’s Office, and secures the release of vehicles and property from department custody as required. The Traffic Case Review Officer schedules officers for traffic case hearings and trials.