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The Oneida County Board of Elections is responsible for registering New York voters and conducting elections throughout Oneida County, including 192 Election Districts in 48 cities, Towns, and Villages.
In January 1990, a Child Sexual Abuse Task Force was established in Oneida County and, in 1998, the Task Force was renamed the Child Advocacy Center (CAC). The CAC handles investigations of child sexual abuse in which the victim is under 17 years of age.
Civil Division shall represent without charge any indigent individual entitled to and who is financially unable to obtain counsel in certain proceedings before the Oneida County Family Court and the Oneida County Surrogate's Court.
Our Division of Family and Child Services (DFCS) provides exceptional financial and social services to eligible residents of Oneida County in accordance with federal, state, and county laws.
The Oneida County Department of Motor Vehicles offers online and in-person services to help you accomplish necessary steps related to your driver’s license, registration, title transfers, driving records, and more.
The Department of Emergency Services provides for the health, safety, and welfare of the people of Oneida County.
The Oneida County Health Department works in accordance with the NYS Department of Health to provide programs and services to benefit the wellbeing and safety of those in our communities.
Our department is pleased to help those on their paths to naturalization and citizenship. As a courtesy, our office has USCIS application forms and can help guide you toward the most useful resources for USCIS cases status updates and more.
Most jobs in local government fall under the Civil Service system. A "Civil Service" employee can be anyone from a secretary, a nurse, a mechanic, or a supervisor for a department.
The pistol permit office is a county office established to administer the state pistol permit law in Oneida County as required by section 400 of the penal law.
The primary mandate of the Oneida County Probation Department is to ensure public safety and to monitor the behavior of its assigned Offenders.
Public Defender services are free of charge to those accused of a crime and who are financially eligible.
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