Niagara County

Contact:

Captain Thomas Huff

Address:

5526 Niagara St. Ext., POB 496
LockportNY 14095

Phone:

716-438-3331

Fax:

716-438-3357

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Congratulations to Deputy Justin Westmorland and Deputy Derek Pacheco of the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office for receiving the STOP DWI MADD Award!

The award recognizes the contribution of the individual officer towards deterring impaired driving.

Due to COVID, the award presentations were delayed.

2019 Award Recipient – Deputy Justin Westmorland

2020 Award Recipient – Deputy Derek Pacheco

Niagara County Victim Impact Panel – 2022

The Panel will now be known as Niagara County’s Theodore A. Brenner Victim Impact Panel, in memory of the man who humbly and selflessly dedicated his career to fighting drunk and drugged driving crimes. 

  • We are continuing with the same schedule of the third Tuesday of every month, at 7:00 p.m., at NCCC. We have been assigned to Room E-140 for the entire 2021 year; E-140 is in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building. 
  • Registration is required by calling 716-439-7088 between 9:00am – 5:00pm.  

 

2022 VIP Dates:

January 15, 2022
February 19, 2022
March 15, 2022
April 19, 2022
May 17, 2022
June 21, 2022
July 19, 2022
August 16, 2022
September 20, 2022
October 18, 2022
November 15, 2022
December 20, 2022

 The Panel is a rare tool for us to combat these crimes, and the Panel Members and the District Attorney’s Office thank you for your continued support of the VIP.  

VICTIM IMPACT PANEL REGISTRATION POLICY

The Niagara County District Attorney’s Office presents the Theodore A. Brenner Victim Impact Panel every third Tuesday of each month, promptly at 7:00pm on the campus of Niagara County Community College.  The registration process for attendees and protocols that must be followed to ensure the safe and successful continuation of the Panel is listed below:

Registration:

Defendants must call and register to attend the Panel.  They can call (716) 439-7069 between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm weekdays to do so. 

Unless there exists dire circumstances, they are not to be accompanied by anyone into the Panel; drivers, parents, spouses, etc. must remain outside the building.  If a defendant believes they have a need for a companion during the panel, that issue must be addressed during the registration process.

Due to limited capacity and the complicated admission process for entry to the building, no last minute requests cannot be entertained.

If a defendant has some health concern or other issue that prevents their physical attendance, such circumstances should be addressed during the registration process.

Attendance:

The Panel will commence promptly at 7:00pm.  We ask that attendees arrive thirty (30) minute early to allow for proper screening procedures and prevent delay.

We will be observing strict adherence to social distancing measures, and EVERYONE MUST WEAR A MASK.

The NCCC campus requires all entrants to complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire, which has been provided.  The Court can forward the link to defendants, or provide a hard-copy.  The link is: https://ncccbanner.itec.suny.edu/PROD/zcv19survpub.P_SubmitRequest. The form must be completed the day of the event. Upon completing the form, a confirmation page will display a visitor ID.  This ID will need to be provided to the COVID screener upon entering the building. The screener will review the submitted answers and will grant or deny entry depending on the answers provided. (link to the form)

Temperatures will be checked by campus security personnel, at which time the visitor ID/ questionnaires mentioned above must be provided with accurate information as of the day of the Panel.

Defendants will be spaced no less than six feet apart when seated, there will be no permitted restroom breaks or departures from the room once the Panel begins.

We must all work together to make sure our measures work, to prevent the spread of the virus, to ease the stress in our lives.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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New York’s STOP-DWI program is the Nations’ first and, to date, only self-sustaining impaired driving program. Other States have implemented components of self-sufficiency, but none to the degree of New York State.