Auxiliary Police

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“Helping to keep our community safe”


494 Willis Ave (next to the Library)

(516) 746- 0720

·     Although a part of the Nassau County Auxiliary Police program, our unit is run through the Incorporated Village of Williston Park.

·     The Williston Park Auxiliary Police has proudly helped keep the Williston Park community safe since 1951.

·     We are volunteers from the community who perform a minimum of 10 hours of service each month.  This can include three (3) 3.5 hour patrols and a village event.  Volunteers are also expected to work at two Nassau County events each year.

·     We participate in Village events including the Little League Parade, the Memorial Day Parade, the 4th of July Parade and the Ragamuffin Parade.  Typically, we lead the parades and direct traffic.  We also work as court officers at Village Justice Court arraignments, conferences and trials.

·     The annual Williston Park Fair is an important event for us.  We are responsible for closing Hillside Avenue to traffic and for providing security.  Come visit our recruitment booth for information about joining our unit and for other useful information.

·     Although our main focus is service to the Williston Park community, we assist the Third Precinct and the Nassau County Police Department overall.  We work together on various assignments including events at Clark Gardens, the Long Island Marathon, fireworks displays in the Towns of Hempstead and North Hempstead, the “Ocean to Sound Run” and the Reckson Tree lighting.



How many cars do we have?

·     We have three (3) marked cars.


When can you see us on patrol?

·     We are expected to patrol the Village from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm, Monday through Saturday.  We are proud to be the “eyes and ears” of the Third Precinct.  You may also see us during the day, but we are volunteers, so we understandably have other commitments like work and family obligations.


 What areas do we cover?

·     We patrol the streets of Williston Park and public areas including the LIRR parking lot, the Thomas Muldoon Gazebo, Kelleher Field, Old Motor Parkway (the path that leads to the pool entrance) and the Village’s water authority.


We are looking for members to join our unit.  Please check out the requirements on .


If you have any questions, concerns or comments, feel free to contact us at the telephone number above or our email address.