ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Rockland residents know that the county’s top law enforcement agency is there to protect them, but do they how it actually works?
County Sheriff Louis Falco this week announced that his office will be hosting a monthly “digital open house” that will show the public how each of its divisions, or units, works.
The agency is divided into four divisions, Falco said on its Facebook page: police, civil, corrections, and communications.
There are also several special units: crime scene, bomb/fire investigation, K9, tactical, marine, mounted, and computer crimes, Falco said.
These units work closely with local, state, and federal partners, he added.
Once a month the Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page will feature a different division or unit and detail its functions and duties.
Falco said that the agency will also answer any “legitimate questions” the public might have about a particular unit or division.
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