Official seal of the District AttorneyThe Rockland County District Attorney's Office

Seek Justice.   Serve Justice.   Do Justice.
The employees of the Rockland County District Attorney, in partnership with the community we serve, are dedicated to the pursuit of truth, justice and protection of the innocent and the prevention of crime through the vigorous and ethical prosecution of those who violate the law.

Rockland County District Attorney's Office Anonymous Tip Program

tip411 allows anyone with a smartphone, tablet, standard cell phone or computer to anonymously text a tip to their local police department.

  • Anonymous Text
  • RocklandCo DA Smartphone App
  • Web Tip from your computer
See our flyer and our press release for details.
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What We Do

The District Attorney's Office prosecutes on behalf of the people of Rockland County, all individuals, both adult and juvenile, accused of felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions occurring within the County. Additionally, highly trained and experienced members of the District Attorney's Office provide services to victims and witnesses of crime, including crisis counseling, orientation to the criminal justice system and community referrals.

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Spirit of Rockland Special Victims Center

Located on the campus of Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, the Special Victims Center provides proper care and support to crime victims with special needs. By partnering prosecutors, law enforcement, advocacy, medical and mental health and social service agencies in one, secure location, victims are assured that all available resources are brought to bear against the offenders responsible for the heinous crimes.

Last year, 73 adult victims and 82 children were referred to the "Spirit of Rockland" Special Victims Center in Suffern. Watch our video and learn how Rockland County has strengthened prosecutions against offenders and set a new standard for the treatment of our most sensitive and vulnerable victims.

It is the policy of the Rockland County District Attorney's Office that all employees, crime victims and defendants will be treated equally without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity, including transgender status), national origin, religion, age (40 or over), genetic information, disability, or retaliation for engaging in an EEO-protected activity. The Rockland County District Attorney's Office prohibits discrimination or harassment based on any of these categories. In addition, it is also the policy of the Rockland County District Attorney's Office to prohibit discrimination or harassment based on marital status; status as a parent; and past, present, or future military service.