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The 2010 census recorded that the total population of the county is 99,710 and the county seat is Carmel. The Putnam County was formed in 1812 and was named after Israel Putnam who was a hero during the French and Indian War and a general during the American Revolutionary War. The total area of the county is 246 square miles. The departments in the county office that help in maintaining the peace in the area are emergency services, attorney, probation, Sheriff’s office, and crime investigation.
The name of the Sheriff is Donald Blaine Smith and the address of his office is 3 County Center Carmel, NY 10512
You can call his office by dialing 845-225-4300
The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are civil bureau, marine unit, school resource officer, and narcotic enforcement. The programs the department has are project lifesaver, safety seat program, neighborhood watch, yellow dot program, inmate work program, drug hot line, inmate education, and operation safe child.
The county clerk is Michael C. Bartolotti and the office address is 20 County Center Carmel, NY 10512
The phone number of the office is 845-208-7800
The Supreme Court justices are Honorable Robert M. Dibella and Honorable Paul I. Marx
The county court judges are Honorable James F. Reitz, AJSC and Honorable James T. Rooney, AJSC
The court operations are from Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm excluding Holidays
The chief clerk is Lisa D’ Angelo and deputy chief clerk is Debra McClay
3 County Center, NY 10512, United States
The phone number is 845-225-4300
The visitation schedule is Monday 2 pm to 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm to 9 pm, Thursday 2 pm to 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm to 9 pm, and Friday 9 am to 11:30 am and 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Putnam County Sheriff Office Address: 3 County Center, Carmel, NY 10512, United States
Took this today post Medal of Honor parade. This was the first one of its kind to honor the veterans and not the last! Go Putnam! Langley with Undersheriff Corrigan and Captains Jennings and Babcock and their sons who are currently serving and also Captain Cheverko. https://t.co/rcRDJZuZCs