Orange County

Brendan R. Casey, Coordinator
John Jones, Administrator
Lauren Savino

Orange County Emergency Services Center - STOP DWI & Traffic Safety
22 Wells Farm Road
Goshen, NY 10924
United States


The Orange County Victim Impact Panel is held on the third Thursday of every month at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Goshen, NY.  The fee is $50 cash only.  All individuals must be registered at least one week prior to attendance.  For information or to register please call 845-615-0575.

The Mid-Hudson Region Coordinators held their 33rd Annual Enforcement/Prosecution Conference on April 27, 2017 and presented awards to DWI enforcement officers, known as our  “TOP COPS”  Orange County award winners are pictured.

Captain Richard Mazzone, NYSP-Troop F, Chief Robert Hertman, Town Of Wallkill PD, Trooper Kelli McVea. NYSP, Det. Ahmed Artola, City of Middletown PD, Chief Ramon Bethencourt, City of Middletown PD, Deputy Jordan Forbes, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Officer Ian Holmes, Town of Wallkill PD, Deputy Matthew King, Orange County Sheriff’s office

Pictured with our 1st Place Award winner Det. Ahmed Artola are John Jones, STOP-DWI, Chief Bethencourt, City of Middletown PD, Christina Hale, STOP-DWI and Craig Cherry, STOP-DWI

Officer Jermaine Galloway presented “High in Plain Sight” to 400 professionals from law enforcement, school and community groups t the Emergency Services Center in Orange County


Christina Hale Jeans Restaurant Staff
Chris Hale, STOP-DWI Administrator joins Commissioner Barbara Fiala as she makes the announcement about the new STOP-DWI mobile app – “Have a Plan” The staff at Kelly Jeans Restaurant, Goshen, NY promoting the new STOP-DWI mobile app – “Have a Plan” with bar coasters provided by the STOP-DWI Foundation.

Marianne and Brian

Marianne Angelillo writes about the untimely death of her 17-year old son Matt in a drunk driving crash and the excruciating trudge to go on.

Through her public high school presentations, the production of four travelling videos and enthusiastic collaboration with local and state prevention networks, she demonstrates the impact one parent can have when compelled to be a change agent for teens.

Marianne Angelillo and Brian Strommer, parent of Brian Strommer killed in a drunk driving crash in Orange County,  at her first book signing in New Jersey.   Brian is a speaker for the Orange County Victim impact Panel and found much comfort in visiting with Marianne. 

Marianne's heartfelt book, Sharing My Stones is available for purchase at the link below.