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Albany, New York Offense Statistics
Population98,772
Violent Crime793
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter5
Rape (revised and legacy definition)47
Robbery234
Aggravated Assault507
Property Crime3,211
Burglary468
Larceny-Theft2,633
Motor Vehicle Theft110
Arson7
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015
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16 Eagle St Albany, NY 12207

Albany County Sheriffs Office

Albany County was incorporated in 1683. Situated on the west bank of the Hudson River, the county is located approximately 135 miles directly north of New York City and has an area of approximately 540 square miles. The county has a population of 297,414 as reported in the United States Census Bureau's most recent report. The county contains three cities, ten towns and six villages. The Albany County Sheriff's Office was established in the 1660's and is one of the oldest sheriff's agencies in the United States. Since its inception, the agency has consistently grown to its current strength of over 750 employees. The Albany County Sheriff's Office is a "full-service" Law Enforcement Agency providing law enforcement services to residents and visitors of Albany County. These services include; - Uniform Patrol - Criminal Investigation & Forensic Services - Drug Interdiction - Fire Investigation - Scuba / Marine Patrol - Traffic Safety / Advanced Accident Investigation - Snowmobile / ATV Patrol - Emergency Response Team (SWAT) - Hostage / Crisis Negotiation - Search and Rescue - Emergency Management - Emergency Medical Services - STOP DWI Program - Civil Enforcement - Court Security and Inmate Transportation - County Fire Coordinators - Domestic Violence and Special Victims Unit - 24 hour, seven day a week law enforcement services at the Albany International Airport. The Albany County Sheriff's Correctional Facility is one of the largest county correctional facilities in the State of New York. The facility has a maximum of 1,029 beds, providing custody for local, state and federal prisoners. The current staff of 420 sworn officers and civilians maintains the day-to-day operations of the facility. During the past year, over 7,000 prisoners were admitted to the facility. The average daily population has exceeded 800 inmates over the past year.

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