For vehicles authorized to be released, an "Authorization for Release Slip" must be obtained from Records during normal business hours. To obtain the "Authorization for Release Slip" you must provide the following documents: •Valid Ownership Papers (Title &/or Registration) •Valid Insurance Card •Valid Personal Photo ID. The vehicle will only be released to the registered or titled owner, unless written notarized authorization from the owner is produced. An owner obtaining a release slip where the vehicle is stored at the PD impound may pick it up 24 hours a day. The minimum tow fee is $160.00 and is subject to additional charges. The storage fee of $40.00 per day starts after the vehicle is approved for release. Payment must be made in the form of cash (exact amount). You may call Records at 784-5125 to find out the amount due. An owner obtaining a release slip where the vehicle is stored at Sutherland Service, Murray's Towing or Twelve Corners Towing must contact the appropriate vendor for release information and storage fees. Their phone numbers are: Sutherland - (585) 381-5610; Murray's - (585) 334-5382; and Twelve Corners - (585) 473-5000.
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Children under the age of 4 and weighing less than 40 pounds must be in approved child safety seats. All children under the age of 2 must use a rear-facing car seat until they are two years old or reach the highest weight or height limit allowed by the manufacturer of the car seat. For babies that outgrow their infant-only car seat, a convertible or 3-in-1 car seat should be used in the rear-facing position until they outgrow the maximum height and weight for the rear-facing position. Children ages 4, 5, 6, and 7 must be properly secured in an appropriate child restraint system, such as a child safety seat, harness/vest, or booster seat. Seat belts are not designed for children under 4’9”, and do not protect small children. Your child should stay in a booster seat until the adult seat belt fits him or her properly. This is usually when your child reaches 4’9" in height and is about 8 years old. All drivers and passengers are required to use seat belts.
Fingerprinting is available to Town residents and those people working within the Town of Brighton. Fingerprints are taken on Mondays from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm and on Wednesdays from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, holidays excluded. Please call ahead (585) 784-5125 to ensure that fingerprinting for that day has not been canceled. Anyone wishing to have their fingerprints taken must show photo identification, and must provide a completed and signed fingerprint card, available from the requesting agency. The fee is $5.00 cash (exact amount only, please) per fingerprint card. The police department no longer fingerprints for immigration purposes.
Property may be retrieved during the hours of 9:00 am to 4:00 pm by contacting the property clerk at (585) 784-5116. It is recommended you call before you come to the police department to avoid any inconvenience. Property held as a result of criminal activity must first be cleared for release by the district attorney’s office.