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The following information is for persons who need to contact the Lynbrook Police Department in regard to incidents that occurred within the Village of Lynbrook. If you want to contact the police regarding an incident which occurred outside the Village of Lynbrook, contact the police agency that covers that jurisdiction.
Our links page has links to area police departments.


Mailing Address

  • Lynbrook Police Department
    P.O. Box 7021
    Lynbrook, New York 11563-7021


Police Headquarters is open 24 hours,
365 days a year.

Click here to Report Criminal Activity Anonymously

Contact Directory

  • Emergency: 911
  • Non Emergency: 516-599-3300
  • Chief Brian Paladino email: lynbrookpolice@lynbrookvillage.com
  • Village Hall Phone: 516-599-8300
  • Lynbrook Village Justice Court at 516-599-0416 (Inquires regarding traffic tickets & parking tickets)
  • There is No Parking Permitted on all roads within the Inc. Village of Lynbrook between the hours of 3 AM to 5 AM.
  • Do not contact the Lynbrook Police to request permission to park overnight. To request temporary overnight parking permission call the Village Hall at (516)-599-8300 Ext. 214 (8AM-4PM M-F).
  • Temporary Overnight Parking Permission: (516)-599-8300 Ext. 214 (Village Hall (8AM-4PM M-F).Given for driveway repairs, out of town company due to family emergencies, & similar situations on a case by case basis. Do not call for permanent permission to park overnight as such permission will not be granted. Have the make, year & license plate information on all vehicles you are requesting permission to park available when you call.

Visit us in person

  • One Columbus Drive,
    Lynbrook, NY 11563

The Lynbrook Police Department Headquarters is located in the Lynbrook Village Hall. We are on Columbus Drive, one block east of Peninsula Blvd off Merrick. Road. Please see the larger map below (Red Star in the map below is our location)

Vehicle accident reports may be obtained ONLINE by CLICKING HERE and providing the requested information. The cost of the report is $15.00. (This service is provided by CARFAX)

To get copies of other reports (Non auto accident) on file with the Lynbrook Police, the best time to come in is between 8:00 AM and 11:00 PM, 7 days a week. During the night hours the staffing of Police Headquarters is limited to uniformed staff who’s primary responsibility is dispatching and responding to emergency calls for service.

Handicapped Parking Permit Applications are processed by our civilian staff & are only accepted 8AM-4PM M-F and must be delivered in person. Visit our Forms & Applications page for a Handicapped Parking Permit application. Be sure to bring your NYS Photo ID or NYS Driver’s license with you. A handicapped parking permit is issued to a handicapped person, not a vehicle.

The Lynbrook Police Dept. only takes reports about incidents which occurred within the Inc. Village of Lynbrook. If you want report a crime or incident which occurred outside the Village you MUST report the incident to the police department who has jurisdiction over the place of occurrence. We are not permitted to take reports about incidents outside the village such as larcenies, robberies, auto accidents, or lost property. Visit our Links page for contact information for police departments in our area.

Impound releases should be obtained at Lynbrook Police HQ between 8AM and 11 PM, 7 days a week. Vehicles may not be available unless they are claimed during normal day time business hours.

When reporting an auto accident, it is always best to call the police for a report immediately after an accident occurs, at the scene of the accident, and ask us to respond to your scene to take the report. If this is not possible you may report your accident at Lynbrook Police Headquarters. In most cases the operators of all vehicles involved have to be present to report the accident (excluding when the other operator leaves the scene without making known their identity). Even if you had a very minor accident and may not want a police report, an officer at the scene can give you expert information on how to proceed.


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