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Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office releases April 2024 report: Nearly 1,900 calls responded to by deputies

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The Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office released its April 2024 report, showcasing significant community outreach and safety efforts. Sheriff Brian Schenck commended the work of his team, partner agencies, and first responders for managing increased traffic and call volume during the Eclipse 2024 event.

Throughout April, the office participated in various community events, including the annual Law and Order fundraiser at Applebee’s in Auburn and the Share the Road Campaign, in partnership with local organizations. The office also highlighted the importance of public safety telecommunicators during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and recognized Crime Victims’ Rights Week with a focus on the work of Crime Victim Specialist Tracy Bozeat-Cook.

In addition to community engagement, the Sheriff’s Office deployed new Automated External Defibrillators for patrol deputies and welcomed three new Junior Deputies, acknowledging their contributions to the community. The report also detailed statistical data on calls for service, arrests, and custody operations, reflecting the department’s ongoing commitment to public safety and community support.