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County Executive
Edward P. Mangano
Nassau County Police Department
Thomas C. Krumpter
Acting Police Commissioner
Thomas C. Krumpter

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Kenneth J. Mullane
Commanding Officer
Deputy Inspector
Kenneth J. Mullane
Frances M. Bein
Deputy Commanding Officer
Frances M. Bein



A person involved in a motor vehicle accident that occurred after April 1, 2012 can obtain the Accident Report online at approximately 48 hours after the accident. If you need to obtain an accident report that occurred prior to April 1, 2012 it may be obtained in person at Nassau County Police Headquarters. The report will only be made available to a person involved, a parent or guardian, a spouse, an executor or administrator of an estate or next of kin.

The fee for each report is ten dollars ($10.00), payable by Visa/Mastercard/Discover, a debit card or a U.S. Postal money order made payable to the Nassau County Police Department. CASH is no longer accepted.




Non-criminal fingerprinting is available at Police Headquarters Monday through Thursday between 8:30 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.  You may also have fingerprints taken at any one of the 5 precincts throughout Nassau County - seven (7) days per week.  You must bring the appropriate fingerprint card with you as well as photo identification and proof of Nassau County residency.  Photo I.D. includes a valid driver's license, passport, military I.D., a Resident Alien Card, or a Permanent Resident Card. If you do not reside in Nassau County but you are employed here, bring a letter from your employer on company letterhead stating your employment status.  The fee for fingerprinting is $20.00 per fingerprint card and is payable by Visa/MasterCard/Discover Card, a debit card or U.S. Postal money order made payable to the Nassau County Police Department. CASH is no longer accepted at Police Headquarters.




A Letter of Conduct states whether or not you have been arrested in Nassau County and only serves as a criminal history record check of the files of Nassau County. There is a thirty-dollar ($30) fee payable by Visa/ Mastercard/Discover Card, a debit card, or a U.S. Postal money order made payable to the Nassau County Police Department. You must bring valid photo I.D. The accepted forms of ID are a valid driver's license, passport, military I.D. card, a Resident Alien Card or a Permanent Resident Card.

You may also apply by mail by sending a letter with your name, present address* and notarized signature, and a notarized copy of your photo I.D. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope and a thirty-dollar ($30)US Postal money order made payable to the Nassau County Police Department. A Letter of Conduct may only be issued or mailed to the person requesting the letter. 

*PLEASE NOTE:  If you used another name other than your legal name at the time you were arrested in Nassau County, please send proof of your name at the time of the arrest.

Post office boxes WILL NOT be accepted or listed as an address on the letter- it MUST be the physical address where you currently reside.   




All subpoenas are accepted at the Nassau County Police Department Accident and Aided Section Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM until 5PM.


When judicial subpoenas are served for personal appearances we will determine the employment status of the department member being served.  Fees vary as to the location of the court and mileage; therefore we will determine the appropriate fee at the time of service.  Payment may be made by cash or a business check made payable to the officer requested to appear.  The personal subpoena is only used to insure the presence of the officer requested.   

A subpoena Duces Tecum for documents must be so-ordered and signed by a judge and is required to obtain any and all police records. The fee is $15 payable by a postal money order or a business check. The Police Department requires twenty-four (24) hours notice on all subpoenas Duces Tecum.  We would appreciate as much notice as possible so that we may better accommodate all requests.  The police records will be sent directly to the requesting court.  A subpoena Duces Tecum cannot be used to command both the appearance of the officer and police records.  We need a personal subpoena for the officer to appear and a separate subpoena Duces Tecum, so ordered and signed by a judge, for police records.