Bedford Town Court

The Town of Bedford occupies 39 square miles in northeastern Westchester County, New York. It has a population of 18,000 and contains the hamlets of Bedford Corners, Bedford Hills, Bedford Village, and Katonah. Bedford Hills is the seat of government and has the largest women's prison in New York State. The John Jay Homestead, home of the first Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital and Caramoor, are all located in Katonah. Katonah is also the most expensive real estate market in New York State.

The crime rate in Bedford is relatively high for an affluent, suburban community, at 5 on a scale of 1 to 10. Lower means less crime. The U.S. average is 3. By comparison, New York City rates a 6. The Town of Bedford has its own police force and court. It is also served by the New York State and Westchester County Police Departments. The Bedford Town Court handles mostly criminal and traffic matters. It also has jurisdiction over landlord and tenant disputes, building code violations and small claims. A typical criminal calendar includes matters such as DWI and DUI, petit larceny, assault, harassment, trespass, unlicensed operation and drug possession. The courthouse is located as follows:

Bedford Town Justice Court, 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, NY 10507, Phone (914) 666-6965, http://www.bedfordny.info.

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