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Records Division

The Records Division of the Broome County Sheriff's Office is responsible for the recording and maintaining of all official records and documents relative to the police operations of the Broome County Sheriff's Office. There are two full time employees and one part time civilian employee assigned to the Records Division. They can be reached at the following telephone extensions and e-mails:

Mary Jane Prospero (Main Extension) - 607.778.2166 -

Dave Penny - 607.778.6543 -

Karen Comfort - 607.778. 2929 -

The Records Division maintains information related to all incidents reported to Emergency Services and assigned to the Broome County Sheriff’s Office.  These incidents range from major felony criminal matters to assisting members of the public with their disabled vehicles.  The Records Division also researches and responds to information requests for law enforcement-related matters under the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) process.  For information on the annual volume of incidents and FOIL requests processed, please refer to the most recent Sheriff’s Office Annual Report, available at

For your convenience, most Motor Vehicle Accident reports are also available for online purchase within 48 hours. Simply click on the link located on the left side of this page or go to . Once at the website, follow the instructions to locate and purchase your respective accident report.

To obtain copies of any other type of report, please complete a FOIL request at the link listed below.  

Please contact the Records Division for questions or additional information.

Broome County Alarm Permit Application Form

Click on the above link for the Broome County Alarm Application

Applications can be mailed to our physical address or sent via email to:

Broome County Sheriff's Office

Attn:  Records/Alarm Permit

155 Lt. VanWinkle Drive

Binghamton, NY 13905