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Eric T. Proulx

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Emergency: 911
Non emergency:(518) 359-3776
Fax: (518) 359-7356 tupperlakepd@tupperlakepd.com

Tupper Lake Police Department, Tupper Lake, NY Hours of operation banner

7 days a week

24 hour Road Patrol

Sunday - Thursday

Staffed desk 5:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Desk unstaffed 5:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.

Friday & Saturday

Staffed Desk 5:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Desk unstaffed 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.

**During unstaffed hours, please call 911 for assistance

1-877-FR21TIP

Tip line to report Underage Drinking and Driving While Intoxicated complaints. This line is for Franklin County, feel free to call, give your name or report anonymously, drunk drivers and underage drinking parties. The Tip Line will take all information and notify the appropriate law enforcement agency. This program is supported in conjuction with the Franklin County Underage Drinking Prevention Task Force, Franklin County Stop DWI and North Star Prevention Programs.

Domestic Violence Services

Are you the victim of Domestic Violence? There are many agencies and services available to assist you with this very serious issue. If you are in immediate danger, please call your local police or dial 911.

Get Help Now - Get Safe - Stay Safe- Call:

1-800-942-6906 (English)

1-800-942-6908 (Spanish)

or click these links for more information:

New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NYS Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence

NYS Crime Victims Board

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The New York State Crime Victims Board provides financial assistance to eligible innocent victims of crime.

The New York State Crime Victims Board was created under Article 22 of the Executive Law to compensate innocent victims of crime for unreimbursed out of pocket expenses.

Since its establishment on August 1, 1966, the Board has provided substantial financial relief to victims of crime and their families by paying unreimbursed crime-related expenses, including medical and funeral expenses, loss of earnings or support, counseling, crime scene clean-up expenses, the cost to repair or replace items of essential personal property, reasonable court transportation expenses, and the cost of residing at or utilizing the services of a domestic violence shelter.

If you are an innocent victim of a crime within New York State you may be eligible to receive benefits. Click this link to find out more:New York State Office of Victim Services

Sexual Assault Information