Dog Control Office

Since July 1, 2009, the Evans Police Department’s Dog Control Officers have taken over the duties that were previously handled by the Erie County S.P.C.A. All questions regarding missing dogs should be directed to the Evans Police Department.

REAP Program

Help Combat Opioid Abuse Epidemic – Do you want to make a difference in our community? Can you spare a few hours a month to help someone in need? We need ANGELS to help support persons struggling with opiate addiction enter the REAP program.

Monthly Report – October 2019


Evans Police Dispatchers took 2255 complaint calls, 137 of which were for Helmuth Fire Control, 164 of which were for Brant/Farnham for the month of October 2019.

Patrol Division

The Evans Police Patrol Division handled calls including:

Animal Complaints108
Assist Motorists11
Community Policing243
Criminal Mischief9
Disorderly Conduct1
Domestic Incidents3
False Alarms21
Loud Music2
Missing Persons3
Neighbor Dispute5
Premise Checks230
Sex Offenses1
Welfare Check21
  • Three prisoners were held in the Town of Evans Police lockup in October 2019
  • One Hundred Sixty Two reports were filed and Twenty Seven accidents were reported to State of New York as reportable accidents under the Vehicle and Traffic Law.
  • Evans Police Officers issued 79 simplified traffic informations and  parking tickets in October 2019 including:
DWI Related0
License/Permit Violations7
Red Lights6
Required MV Equipment12
Vehicle Registration Violations4
Stop Sign

Detective Bureau

  • Twenty One people were arrested, mostly for violations of the New York State Penal Law, Alcohol Beverage Control Law and Vehicle and Traffic Law.  There were No DWI arrests in October 2019

Dog Control

There were 2 appearance tickets issued from the Dog Control office.

Citizen Police Academy

The Town of Evans Police Department Citizen Police Academy was established in 2010 and is a community-oriented program designed as a way for the public to learn about Police Department operations and the duties of Evans Police Department personnel; and as a means of strengthening the relationship between police officers and the citizens we protect and serve.

House Checks

As a community service, the Evans Police Department conducts security checks for residents, at their request, while they are away from their home for any length of time.

Neighborhood Watch Program

Neighborhood watch is an organized effort by concerned residents to look out for each other’s safety, and to help law enforcement officers protect people and their homes against criminals.


Auto Theft Prevention Program

The Evans Police Department offers participation in an Auto Theft Prevention Program. To participate, the registrant of a vehicle must complete a consent form available through the Police Department.


Honor Guard

Today, in the United States, some 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for the safety and protection of others. They serve with valor and distinction – and with great success.

Bicycle Patrol Unit

The Bicycle Patrol Unit was established in July 1997 to allow the community policing that provides closer contact with the public allowing direct contacts for problem identification and problem solving.

Veteran’s Outreach Center

Are you Homeless or at Risk of Homelessness? We are here to serve you!

  • Dedicated case management services
  • Housing search and placement services
  • Limited temporary financial assistance
  • Legal services and resources
  • Employment services
  • Credit and budge counseling
  • Peer mentoring
  • Accredited veterans benefits counseling

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