In an ongoing effort to keep our children and community safe, especially with Halloween approaching, the Scotia Police Department is providing information on the registered sex offenders listed below who reside in the Village, as permitted by state law.
Below their name/address is a link to their profile (including photo) on the state sex offender registry.
Anyone who uses this information to harass or commit a crime against these individuals may be subject to prosecution.
The New York state sex offender registry is online at http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/SomsSUBDirectory/search_index.jsp
This information is current as of October 24, 2016.
Prescription drug and heroin abuse is a national epidemic, and the Scotia community is not immune from it. In an effort to combat this serious problem, the Scotia-Glenville Substance Abuse Task Force was formed, comprised of school officials, law enforcement leaders, substance abuse and medical professionals, and community members.
The Task Force will hold a community forum on Thursday, October 27 at 7 p.m. in the Scotia-Glenville High School auditorium to provide information about the current crisis and share suggestions for addressing the problem. Community input and support is essential for success.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Village of Scotia is seeking applicants for School Traffic Officer. There are currently openings for substitutes, which could eventually transition to “full-time” positions as openings occur. The salary is $11.00/hour.
The Village provides school traffic officer services from 8-9 a.m. and 3-4 p.m. each school day.
This position involves responsibility for the exercise of vigilance in stopping and directing vehicular traffic for the protection of children crossing roadways going to and from school. The work is performed independently with occasional direction from police department members. The incumbent does related work as required.
Typical work activities include directing traffic at crosswalks near schools, aiding children crossing roadways, stopping traffic when children are ready to cross, and instructing children concerning proper placement, and precautions to be taken, when crossing a roadway.
Applicants must possess good general intelligence, the ability to be firm and courteous with the public, the ability to get along well with children, the ability to read and write, good hand/eye coordination, good powers of observation, a willingness to work outdoors (sometimes in adverse weather conditions), and physical condition/stamina commensurate with the demands of the position.
All training and equipment will be provided.
Applicants must undergo a background investigation.
If interested, print and complete the employment application below and return it to Chief Pete Frisoni, Scotia Police Department, 4 North Ten Broeck Street, Scotia 12302. Questions about the position should be directed to Wendy Vaughters at 374-3110, x14.
School Traffic Ofc App (9-15)