Ogdensburg City Police respond to 994 calls in November
Saturday, December 30, 2017 - 8:27 am

By JIMMY LAWTON

OGDENSBURG -- Ogdensburg City Police responded to 994 calls to service in November, which resulted in 60 arrests.

Ogdensburg police did not bust any meth labs in November, but have busted 34 since Jan. 1 2016. Meanwhile the investigative unit opened 23 cases.

According to a monthly report issued by the department, police responded to 45 domestic incidents, issued 61 traffic tickets and gave out two parking tickets.

Police also responded to 40 accidents, issued four city summonses.

The Ogdensburg Police Department serves a population of approximately 13,000, covering eight square miles, according to the city’s website.

Police handle an average of 10,500 calls per year and average 1,000 custodial arrests, 1,400 traffic tickets, and 2,000 parking summonses per year.

The department has 33 full-time employees with 28 sworn personnel and five civilians, according to the city’s website.