Welcome to the Colonie Police Department resources page. Here you will find information regarding commonly requested documents and resources.

Annual Report

Below are annual reports that outline how we have delivered on our strategic priorities within our community in an increasingly complex and challenging policing environment.

Related resources (PDF)


The Town of Colonie Civil Service department is responsible for the administration, recruitment, selection, and examination of prospective Town employees as well as classification of positions in the Town. For more details about positions see our careers page.


Information regarding frequently asked questions can be found on our FAQs page.

Forms & Documents

Below are links to download forms and documents, as well as other resources on Colonie Police website.

Frauds and Scams

The Colonie Police Department are continuing to warn residents of several fraudulent schemes asking for money. Victims throughout the Town have, unfortunately, sent money to unknown individuals. The reports of these types of cases are not decreasing and dozens of fraud cases have already been reported this year.

Handle With Care Registry

The Colonie Police Department, in coordination with NAMI-NYS is pleased to introduce a Handle with Care Registry. The intent of the registry is to better prepare our police officers and emergency responders to provide improved care for your loved one. Caregivers are welcome to use the registry for special needs (i.e.: Autism, Down Syndrome, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Substance Abuse). One of NAMI-NYS’s leading priorities in mental health crisis is to ensure an appropriate mental health response. We enthusiastically support the Handle with Care Registry which is designed to help keep you and your loved ones safe.

Sex Offender Registry

The Colonie Police Department utilizes Sheriff Alerts to manage and monitor the whereabouts, conduct and compliance status of the registered offenders in Colonie. Search by address for a list of sex offenders in your area. You may also register to receive alerts. Protect your family with safety tips and information.