A letter from the Chief

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

Need an Accident Report?

To obtain a copy of your accident report you can now visit https://policereports.lexisnexis.com.  If you need to speak with someone about your accident report, please call LexisNexis customer support at 866.215.2771.  We no longer provide accident reports at the police department.

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on June 3, 2018, Officer Greg Stefaniak arrested Sammy Rivera, age 44 of Lackawanna, New York for speed in..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on May 31, 2018, Ofc. Ron Huff Jr. arrested Gabriel Barrett, age 22 of Mount Morris for trespass. She was arraigned..

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Chief Kenneth Mignemi states that on May 25, 2018, Ofc. Rick Garwood arrested Laveda Le’sure, age 51 of Fredericksburg, Virginia for speeding..

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The Mount Morris Police Benevolent Association would like to congratulate Kaleena Andress from Keshequa high school on being awarded the 2018..

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The Police Benevolent Association would like to give a huge shout out to the FIRST GRADE CLASS at MMCS for remembering our Department and our..

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