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Village of Kenmore
2919 Delaware Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
Mayor
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Phone
(716) 873-5700
Fax
(716) 873-0004

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Kenmore Police Department 

 

3/2022.  COVID Home Test Kits and KN95 masks are available at the KPD on a first come/first serve basis, while supplies last.  Village residents only.

The Kenmore Police Department is distributing free COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits and KN95 masks to Village residents. Each household is entitled to receive 2 test kits. The kits and masks can be picked up at the front desk at our station at any time, while supplies last. Proof of residency is required (driver’s license, utility bill, etc.).

 

Police Headquarters

 


Thomas J. Phillips      
Chief of Police
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AJ Kiefer     
Captain

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Frederick Vaccaro

Captain

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Kenmore Police Department Facebook:  Village of Kenmore Police Department | Facebook

 

Location

Kenmore Police Department
2395 Elmwood Avenue
Kenmore, New York 14217

 

Phone & Fax

Telephone: (716) 875-1234
Fax: (716) 875-2779

 

Services provided through the Kenmore Police Department

 

Citizen's Police Academy
Contact: Officer Brian Zoldowski

       
(716) 875-1234

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Juvenile Aid Bureau
Contact: Detective Justin Breitnauer


(716) 322-0661

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The JUVENILE AID BUREAU is located in the Kenmore Community Center.

 

DRIVING SAFETY REMINDER:

 

Every day, distracted driving kills more than 9 people and injures more than 1,100.  According the the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it accounts for more than 1.5 million collisions/yr.

TALKING or TEXTING - Using a cell phone impairs driver reaction time to the same level as the legal limit for impaired driving.  You are 23 times more likely to crash if you're texting.

 

Please remember that any kind of multi-tasking should be avoided while driving.  Keep your attention on the road.  Eliminate driver distractions that keep your eyes off the road, whether it be personal maintenance, rubber-necking, texting (or using a hand-held phone), or adjusting your radio, iPod or GPS.    If you need to address any of these things, PULL OVER and stop in a safe place.

 

 

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Upcoming Events

04 Jul 2022;
12:00AM
Independence Day
05 Jul 2022;
07:30PM -
Village Board Meeting
19 Jul 2022;
07:30PM -
Village Board Meeting