Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report for April to the Buffalo City Council at Tuesday's meeting.
Officers conducted Alcohol Compliance Checks on April 24th, and of the 19 establishments that were checked, three failed and sold alcohol to a minor. They were the Occidental Saloon, Outback Lounge and the Hampton Inn.
Carder said his department had 1,141 incidents during the month.
Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis reported 35 calls she responded to including 4 in the county which will be billed $200 for those calls.
Dispatch handled a total of 3,732 calls during the month.
Carder reported that the department will be conducting the “Stranger Danger” program to the 4th and 5th grade classes at area schools during the month of May.
Fingerprinting will be going on at Learning Tree Preschool, Children's Center and Head Start, at their request, before the end of the school year. Carder said after this round is completed, all Pre-K through third graders in Buffalo will have been given the opportunity to do so. Fourth and fifth graders will also be given the chance to do so in a seperate event before the end of this school year.
The application deadline is May 10th for new officers, with May 21st scheduled for physical fitness testing with polygraph testing to follow. So far the department has four applicants for the positions.