Welcome to the Mount Morris Police Department Website. As a small Village in Livingston County, Mount Morris is a changing and progressive community. The Village of Mount Morris is business friendly and values its commitment to the safety and welfare of the residents and visitors of our fine Village.
It is my honor to serve as the Chief of Police for the Village of Mount Morris. The sworn and civilian personnel that comprise the Mount Morris Police Department are dedicated to addressing crime and disorder in a manner that embodies police-community partnerships.
I invite you to visit our website and our Department. On behalf of the residents, business owners, and employees of this great Village, WELCOME TO Mount Morris, New York.
Mount Morris Police in conjunction with State Park Police held a seatbelt checkpoint in on Route 408 in front of Rite Aid from 4pm – 8pm on May 21, 2013. This detail was to check for seatbelts, registrations, inspections and drivers using cell phones. During this detail, a few tickets were issued for improper car seats for children. It is imperative that you have the proper seat for the child’s age, height and weight requirement.
Buckle up! Several seatbelt tickets were issued during this detail!
Stay off your phone… “It can wait” citations were issued as well…
The Mount Morris Police would like to send a message to the community that it is against the law to talk or text while driving. Make sure your seatbelt is properly worn at all times and maintain the Village speed limit. Also, check your vehicle registration, there is a specific date in which it expires – It is not like an inspection which expires at the end of the month in which it is due to expire. Many excuses were given as to why the vehicle registration had expired. It does not matter why or how; the vehicle cannot be driven if it is not registered.