Village of Corfu Village of Corfu Government & Services

POLICE DEPARTMENT

The mission of the Village of Corfu Police Department is to protect the rights of all persons within its jurisdiction to be free from criminal attack, to be secure in their possessions, to live in peace and to serve the people of the Village of Corfu by performing its law enforcement function in an efficient, professional and community minded manner.

SERVICE AREA
The Village of Corfu is approximately 1 square mile and is the home to about 795 residents. The Corfu Police Department is asked to assist the New York State Police and the Genesee County Sheriff's Office on occasion.

The Corfu Police Department is a full service police agency that works very closely with the Genesee County Sheriff's Office and the New York State Police. All of our police officers are Bureau of Municipal Police certified and trained. The police department works in alliance with local businesses, associated groups and organizations to ensure the safety of our community.

The village police officers are Gene Nati, Simon Biegaszewicz, Dave Drozdiel, Richard Retzlaff, Jim Delacy, Michael Lute, Gary Miller, Pete Scanio, Mike Petritz and Mike Okal.

CORFU VILLAGE COURT
116 East Main Street
Corfu, NY 14036
585-599-3380

Court hours: Tuesday - Friday, 8am - 4pm, Closed Monday

The village justice is David O'Connor and the court clerk is Pam Yasses.

Court times:
District Attorney night - first Wednesday of each month, starting at 5:00 pm
Vehicle and traffic night - third Wednesday of each month, starting at 5:00 pm

Credit cards (Visa or MasterCard only), cash, money orders or certified checks are the ONLY acceptable forms of payment.