Central Police Services was recognized by the Buffalo State College Police Department for their work to develop and maintain multiple criminal justice computer related programs to assist in maximizing the efficiency of the department.
CPS CORE VALUES:
SERVICE PROFESSIONALISM INTEGRITY
Mission Statement: The mission of Erie County Central Police Services (CPS) is to provide forensic, technical, and support services on a countywide basis to law enforcement agencies and other public safety first responders. CPS will insure first responders have access to the modern tools and that there is standardization of processes and interoperability among agencies.
The Erie County Department of Central Police Services (CPS) was established in 1973 to provide support services to law enforcement and criminal justice agencies on a countywide basis. These services primarily include Enhanced 911, forensic laboratory, computerized law enforcement systems, Statewide Automated Biometric Identification System (SABIS) and the STOP DWI program.
These services are provided for the purposes of improved crime prevention, effective investigation, prompt arrest of offenders, expert court testimony, state-of-the-art technology, the protection of police officers and the entire community. By providing these services on a countywide basis, CPS strives to provide the best possible services to promote public safety in an efficient manner.
Through a partnership between CPS and Suny/Erie, law enforcement training is provided through the Erie County Law Enforcement Training Academy on the North Campus of Suny/Erie. The academy provides both basic and advanced in-service law enforcement training on a variety of topics to every local police department in Erie County.