The Broome County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division is comprised of highly trained members who are prepared to respond to any incident that happens in any of the sixteen towns, seven villages or the City of Binghamton, which make up the County of Broome. The Broome County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division is the primary Law Enforcement agency for 48% of the residents in Broome County. The Patrol Division serves the residents of Broome County as they attend school, go to work and shop outside the city and village limits within the county. The Patrol Division also provides law enforcement services to the other six municipal police agencies within the county and answers call for service in their respective jurisdiction when the need arises. The Patrol Division enforces the laws of the State of New York and does so while proactively patrolling 1,008 miles of State Highways, 350 miles of county roadways and 927 miles of town roads on a twenty four hour a day, seven day a week basis. The Patrol Division is also equipped to handle specialized calls for service by deploying the Marine Unit, the Motor Unit, the K-9 unit and the SWAT Special Weapons and Tactics Team when the need arises.
The Patrol Division is staffed by the following positions: