GENESEO – Geneseo’s police chief received an award from the New York Conference of Mayors commemorating his 25 years of service.
Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian said that his department owes all of its successes to its many members over the years.
“The Geneseo Police Department owes everything to the many men and women who have served and protected the community during the time that I have been privileged to be Chief of Police and before,” said Osganian. “The Geneseo Police Department looks forward to many long years of a good Department, supportive Village Board, and strong partnerships with other law enforcement agencies.”
The Geneseo Police Department provides law enforcement services to the Village of Geneseo, which has approximately 8,114 residents. The Village of Geneseo also encompasses the SUNY Geneseo College.
The police department is comprised of eight full-time officers, including Osganian, a sergeant, and a school resource officer for Geneseo Central Schools. In addition, the department employs six part-time police officers.
The police department handles about 8,500 complaints per year. They offer several annual community programs including child safety seat checks, a property checks, a kid ID kit program, a bicycle safety program, and a speed awareness program.