The mission of the Lynbrook Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the community through our service to the public
Chief Paladino welcomes you all to Lynbrook, USA. The mission of its Police Department is to work, in partnership, with its community stakeholders which consist of its residents, business and community leaders as well as the daily visitors to Lynbrook, to prevent crime, reduce fear and preserve peace and order in the Village.
Through transparent methods and processes, the Lynbrook Police Department seeks to deliver superior police service when protecting all persons within its borders through safeguarding their property and wellbeing and striving to continually enhance their quality of life.
Illegal Drug Abuse
Heroin has emerged as the leader of recreational drug use due to its cheap price. It is very affordable. Parents need to be vigilant in the observation and supervision of the children to recognize drug use and get early intervention for their child. Parents should also reinforce to their children to not concede to peer pressure to use a drug. Police Chief Brian Paladino and Mayor Alan Beach are concerned with any substance abuse within the Village.
NEW TELEPHONE SCAMS
Residents and merchants must be aware of the current scams that are occurring in Lynbrook and throughout the entire County. A person will get a phone call from the IRS or a utility such as the electric company. The individual will state that money is owed and must be paid immediately or you will be arrested or your electric will be immediately turned off.
SCAM TO OBTAIN CREDIT CARD INFORMATION
The new scam to obtain your credit card information involves a text message to your telephone advising you of strange activity on your credit card and to call the telephone number listed in the text message. If you call the number, a computer generated message asks you to enter your credit card information such as; card number, expiration date, pin number for the ATM, and the three number security code on the rear of your card.
BEWARE OF FREE MONEY
If you are advised, in any manner, that you have won money in a lottery, contest or even the beneficiary of a will DO NOT SEND MONEY. Legitimate lotteries, contests or probating of wills, will not ask you to provide tax money, fees or bank account numbers. If you send money or provide your bank account number you will most probably lose your money.
Throughout Nassau County thieves have been targeting cars parked overnight in streets, parking lots and private driveways. Please remember to always lock your parked vehicles and remove any valuables from interior of your vehicle.