We have several opportunities available in the Rochester area. Below are links to apply to the various positions or candidates can go to aus.com/careers. As always we will assist any new hire with the training they need to get a NYS Guard’s License. We are looking to fill Full Time, Part Time, and Supervisor Positions. We have entry level and experienced positions available as well as summer positions. Please feel free to have your candidates apply online, stop by the Rochester office, or reach out to me directly.
This site requires a Top Secret Clearance and a Valid Driver’s License. Experience in security or a related field is beneficial
This post is access control and foot patrol for an office building garage. The site does require a valid driver’s license. This is an entry level position
This is a lobby position for an office complex. Officers will be stationed at a front desk to sign in visitors and monitor the camera system. There is a good amount of customer interaction. This site does require a valid driver’s license
This site is outside of the city of Rochester in Palmyra. It is an overnight position. This is an entry level post.
This is a foot patrol and access control post. This post is entry level.
Retired MCSO Deputy Fred Lennon, a member of both S.O.A.R. and ARPALER, was recently honored by the Churchville Fire Department with an award for his length of service to his community. Deputy Lennon has been a member of the Churchville Fire Dept for 51 years! He has held every position from firefighter to chief.
Our congratulations to Fred on this award, and a thank you for his service to our community not only as a Sheriff’s Deputy but as a Firefighter, too.
June 22, 2017
11:00 am: Social Time
Barnard Restaurant & Party House
360 Maiden Lane, Rochester, NY 14616
This article begins a new series on the S.O.A.R. website called “Remembering Our Heroes”. We have over 4,000 old photos, papers and items in the MCSO archives, and at the request of some members will begin to share them in this new monthly series. We hope you enjoy!
Our first selection is a Democrat & Chronicle article dated March 2, 1961. The article describes the heroic actions of two Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol Deputies: Eugene Michaels and John Kennerson.
Deputy Michaels responded to a call at the corner of Plank Rd and Empire Blvd. He found a hysterical women clutching a baby shouting that the child was unresponsive. Deputy Michaels gave mouth to mouth resuscitation and revived the child. As no expressways existed at the time, he got the women and baby in his patrol car and proceeded down Empire Blvd heading to Northside Hospital. The amazing thing is that when the child stopped breathing several more times, Deputy Michaels stopped the patrol car each time, reviving the child. He finally arrived at the hospital and the child survived.
Deputy Kennerson was attending a funeral service at St. Thomas Church when he noticed a fire near the main alter. He approached the item on fire, wrapped it in his coat and ran out of the church, thereby preventing a more serious fire within the crowded church.
Both Deputies received Life Saving awards from the County Manager.
Please click here to read the original Democrat & Chronicle article.
Retired civilian administrator from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Detective Bureau, Ms. Judy Trost reports that three of her knitting groups at the Greece Senior Center, the Beatrice Place and the Greece United Methodist Church recently donated 35 handmade blankets to the Rochester Veterans Outreach Center with the assistance of retired MCSO Commander, Mike Radler. Eight of these blankets were red, white and blue… The best colors ever!
Not the first time that these nice ladies have accomplished this most heartwarming work, these items will be given to our veterans to help to keep them warm. The groups have made over 200 blankets over the last three years which have been donated to various Veterans groups to include the NYS Veterans Home in Batavia. Yarn used for these items has been donated as well by an anonymous store.
The most recent event, Operation Stand Down, occurred in March.
S.O.A.R. has scheduled its next business/Board meeting for Tuesday, April 18, 2017 starting at 6PM. ALL ARE WELCOME, MEMBER AND NON MEMBERS!
It will be held at the Pittsford Recreation & Community Center, 35 Lincoln Ave., Room 102 in the Village of Pittsford.
I am looking for photographs of members/employees and or events pertaining to the Sheriff’s Office which have a general interest for inclusion in the next edition of the History of the MCSO (1821-2021).
- Class Pictures
- Members and Employees at work
- Equipment (Vehicles)
Please include a brief description to include dates. ALL will be returned after being scanned and extreme care will be taken.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
– – Todd
Todd C. Allen
Quartermaster/Procurement Officer/Agency Historian
Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
130 Plymouth Ave., South
Rochester, New York 14614