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Generally complainants are not identified, but on some occasions, if a charge is pursued it is necessary for prosecution of the case.
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No, the Police Department does not. If you need an identification card, you can check with the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. They have an office on Seneca Street in downtown Geneva.
Yes! The Police Department does fingerprints for such things as liquor licenses, adoption, citizenship, employment, and guardianship. Fingerprinting fee is $5.00 and you must bring your own fingerprint card(s).
You need to file a report with the Police Department in the event that the accident resulted in physical injury to any of the persons involved, when the physical damage to one of the vehicles is greater than $1,000 or if one of the parties involved requests one. If the accident does not meet said criteria, a Police Officer will assist motorists in the correct exchange of license, registration and insurance information of the persons involved.
You can obtain a copy of your accident report at the Geneva Police Records office located at 255 Exchange Street in Geneva during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm, except on holidays. There is a fee for a copy of an accident report.
Also, you can go online to the CrashDocs website and look for The City of Geneva - to get a copy.
Fines for traffic tickets are determined by a City Court Judge and are based on several factors. Parking fines range from $20 to $75
Dispatchers are trained to get as much information as possible to determine the priority and nature of the complaint in order to send appropriate personnel and to enhance the handling of the complaint.