The Niagara County Auxiliary Police are a volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the quality of life within Niagara County and exists to supplement the Niagara County Sheriff's Department and the Lockport Police Department in the regulation of traffic, crowd control, protecting life and property and preserving the peace.

The Auxiliary Police was established pursuant to provisions of the Defense Emergency act of 1951 and is composed of civic-minded residents of the community who work together to improve the level of safety and security in their community.

Niagara County Auxiliary Police

The presence of the Auxiliary Police, in uniform, on patrol has been proven to reduce vandalism and other crimes in the community. The Auxiliary Police train for and perform these activities as well as limited patrol duties, acting as the eyes and ears of the regular patrol force.


Become a Niagara County Auxiliary Police Officer!

Join Us November 1st & 2nd
for our 
Open House and Recruitment Drive!
The open house will be held from 1pm - 4pm at the Public Safety Training Facility,
5574 Niagara St. Ext, 
next to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office.
Learn what it takes to become an Auxiliary Police Officer.
Talk with current Officers and get a tour of the facilities and vehicles.
Explore the opportunities and learn the qualifications and time commitments of the
Niagara County Auxiliary Police Officers.

The open house is geared around people that may be interested in volunteering to serve the
community as an auxiliary police officer or people that are looking for a law enforcement
career and would like some experience prior.

The Niagara County Auxiliary Police Unit will begin accepting new applications from
Niagara County residents and adjoining counties in June 2014. Learn More...

Pre-Fill an Application!
[Applications will be accepted June - November 15, 2014]

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