The Village of Lindenhurst Police Department provides a variety of services. Please visit our community initiatives and programs page to learn more about Lindenhurst Police Officers involvement in our community.
House Watch Going on vacation? Leaving town for business? Whatever the reason may be, being away from your home for any length of time can lead to anxiety if you have security concerns. The Lindenhurst Police Department House Watch Program can help alleviate your concerns. Officers will conduct area checks more regularly while you are away. To take advantage of this program, simply submit a house watch request.
NOTE: The Lindenhurst Police Department does not accept any responsibility for the security of the residence and/or any property. The Police Department may make periodic checks of your property. The House Watch form merely provides information of your whereabouts and other facts should a crime occur. Remember, we cannot be in the area all the time; good neighbors are the best defense against criminal activity. Get to know your neighbors and watch out for each other!
Solicitor Registration The Village of Lindenhurst requires all solicitors to have a Lindenhurst- issued solicitor permit on their person when going door to door. This permit signifies that a criminal background check was completed on the solicitor by the Lindenhurst Police Department. If you do not wish to have solicitors at your residence, please post a "No Solicitors Invited Sign " sign on your door.
Prescription Drug Drop Box Have expired or unneeded medications just sitting around the house? Stop by the Lindenhurst Police Department and drop them off in the green Save-A-Star Pill and Drug Disposal Drop Box located in the lobby.
There is no way to prevent prescription drugs from entering the water system once they are flushed down a drain or toilet. Once in the water, these pharmaceuticals become integrated with the water, and most treatment plants are unable to remove such chemicals from the water supply. Unused portions of drugs in medicine cabinets also pose a danger to children who may accidentally ingest them, or to others who may use these drugs for recreational purposes. By disposing of your unneeded or expired medications in this manner, you are helping protect the environment and helping prevent drug abuse.
The Pill and Drug Disposal Drop Box is accessible 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Residents are advised to make sure all liquids are in tightly sealed containers. If returning pills without the bottle, please seal them in a plastic bag.
The following items are not acceptable for deposit in the collection drop box:
Syringes with needles
Bloody or infectious waste
Personal care products
Arrest Blotters The Police Arrest Blotters show police activity that includes incidents, crimes, and arrests from official police reports for the month. To access a certain month's arrest blotters, please see the documents below.
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