Village of Barker Police Department
Barker Police Chief Timothy P. Braughler
Congratulations K9 Officer Bartucca who was officially promoted to Investigator ranking today.
Chief Braughler and Investigator Bartucca.
The Village of Barker Police Department is located
on East Avenue next to the In The Mix Brewing & Creamery building.
The Village Police Department is a part time
department, therefore if you need assistance when
an officer is not on-duty, please refer to the
You may call and leave a message anytime at:
Confidential Tip Email Address: If you have information regarding criminal activity of any kind you can communicate information completely confidential via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For emergencies dial 911, if immediate assistance is needed and it's not an emergency call the Niagara County Sheriff's Department NON-emergency phone number at:
If an officer is on duty they will be dispatched by the Niagara County Sheriff's Department.
Chief Timothy Braughler
Mailing Address: Physical Address:
1697 East Avenue
PO Box 298 Barker, NY 14012
Barker, NY 14012
Phone: 716-795-3207 Fax: 716-795-3478
Congratulations Sgt. Beakman!
At the October board meeting, the Barker Police Department officially swore in the newest member, Paul Beakman as Sergeant. We are proud to have him as part of our Police force, please join us in welcoming Sgt. Beakman!
Front: K9 Handler / Investigator Bartucca
Back L to R: Ofc. Weibert, Chief Braughler, Sgt Beakman,
Barker Strong Parade, April 4, 2020.
Sgt. Beakman, Chief Braughler, Acting Sheriff Filicetti, Inv. Bartucca and K9 Rocco
L to R: Police Chief Timothy Braughler, Under-sheriff (Acting Sheriff) Mike Filicetti, K9 Officer Anthony Barutucca
Chief Braughler and the entire Barker Police Department proudly endorse and support the nomination of Mike Filecetti as the next Niagara County Sheriff. Filicetti continues to lead the charge in contributing to building respect and trust of the public we serve by his actions and not just words. He took the lead in organizing a county wide multi-agency warrant sweep this summer where he also hit the streets with us executing the warrants taking wanted subjects into custody. He also continues to support local jurisdictions by getting involved in community events as demonstrated in above picture where he participated in the Village of Barker Annual 5k run.
K9 "Warrant": The Barker Barker
K9 "Warrant" is Barker's first canine. Warrant was bred from a long line of Police Canines, including his mother "Persia", who is a certified Narcotic Detection K9 at Phillips Command Dogs. Warrant is a Czech Shepherd and is 6 years old.
K9 "Warrant" began his training when he was only a few months old. "Warrant" has been certified in Narcotics detection through the American Working Dog Association since about the age of one year old. Warrant continues to train and certify with O'Mally's K9 Services.
Please note: K9 "Warrant" is a working dog. When you see him, please do not attempt to pet him.