Does the Sheriffs Office do property checks?

Yes.  If you are planning an extended period of time away from your residence, the Sheriffs Office will do Property Checks to help keep your property safe.  If desired, YCSO Posters are also available for you to post on your property.  You must pick up and place the posters.

For the Sheriffs office to do Property Checks, the necessary Property Check Form (PDF) must be filled out in its entirety so the Deputies are aware of the specific areas to be checked.  If you have any questions regarding the Property Check Form you may contact the Sheriffs Office at 315-536-4438 anytime.  Property Checks Forms cannot be done over the phone.  Staff will assist with questions completing the form, but the requester is responsible for completion & content.  Please note that Property Checks will only be done for a duration of 6 months.  Any longer and it must be refiled to ensure that all contact information is correct & current.  The completed Property Check form can be faxed to 315-536-5106 or emailed to the sheriff's office.

Notice:  Please call 911 for emergencies and 315-536-4438 for the Yates County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center for other less emergent situations.

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