Monthly Report – January 2005

A New Look for Evans PD Patrolmen

The Evans Police Department has adopted a new emblem and a new uniform color for patrolmen to start the new year. The dark blue uniform many of us consider as traditional for police officers has been chosen as the Evans Police Department’s new look in time to celebrate 75 years of service to the town.

In the 1960s police officers were wearing grey jodhpur-style breeches with a black stripe, a light grey colored shirt and puttees (leather leggings) known as “putts” along with short boots or shoes. They were still sporting the black and red patch on their shirts and blouse (service coat). In 1968 the uniform changed again to light blue shirts and grey pants and the patch was changed for the first time to a green map of the Town of Evans. This did not prove to be overly popular and was changed again in 1970 to a dark blue background with the New York Seal on it. The look of the Evans Police Department changed again in 1980 when the uniform changed to dark blue pants with a light blue shirt.

(Excepts from an article appearing in “The Sun” Lake Shore Edition dated February 3, 2005)


Dispatcher D. Dalton, Patrolmen D. Czora, B. DiMartino, M. Masullo, B. Green Jr., and Lieutenant C. Danzi received a Letter of Commendation for outstanding performance responding to a call of a subjected barricaded in health care office with a weapon.

Dispatcher A. Hamm, Patrolmen T. O’Donnell, J. Mayer, P. Smith, and Lieutenant T. George Jr. received a Letter of Commendation for outstanding performance in successfully handling a call of a man with a shotgun threatening himself and his girlfriend. The incident ended without injury to anyone.


Evans Police Dispatchers took 1,762 complaints for the month of January 2005.

Patrol Division

The Evans Police Patrol Division handled complaints including:

Animal Complaints84
Community Policing79
Criminal Mischief24
Domestic Incidents2
False Alarms30
Loud Music2
Missing Persons6
Neighbor Dispute0
Premise Checks53
Sex Crimes1
Welfare Check13
  • Twenty-four prisoners were held in the Town of Evans Police Lockup in January 2005.
  • Sixty-eight Police Reports were filed and twenty-three accidents were reported to State of New York as reportable accidents under the Vehicle and Traffic Law.
  • Evans Police Officers issued 115 simplified traffic informations in January of 2005 including:
DWI Related4
License/Permit Violations20
Red Lights2
Required MV Equipment17
Vehicle Registration Violations10
Stop Sign2

Detective Bureau

Thirty-seven people were arrested, mostly for violations of the New York State Penal Law, Alcohol Beverage Control Law and Vehicle and Traffic Law. Two people were arrested for DWI.

Dog Control

Twenty-four appearance tickets were issued from the Dog Control Office.

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