for Commissioner of Public Safety
Leadership - Experience - Compassion
My name is Tim Coll and I am running for Public Safety Commissioner in Saratoga Springs, NY. I am 58 years old and married with two grown sons. I have a thirty year record in law enforcement. In my time with the FBI I have managed diverse teams of people and worked with federal, state, and local agencies in a variety of areas including white collar crime, drug enforcement, and terrorism. I was deployed to Iraq for the FBI in a supervisory role where, among other duties, I assisted with the recovery of American soldiers who had been kidnapped behind enemy lines.
Important Voter Dates 2023
October 28-November 5: Early voting for General Elections
November 7: General Elections
Learn more at Saratoga County Board of Elections
October 26, 2023
On October 10th, I'll be joining the League of Women Voters of Saratoga County candidate event public live stream. LWV would like to invite the community to send in questions for the candidates.
You can email questions to: Questionslwvsc@gmail.com
Questions are due by noon on October 6th.
Write "PUBLIC SAFETY" in the subject line.
You can preregister for the event HERE.
NOTE: Questions are vetted by League members based on relevance, duplication. Questions are not shared ahead of the event. Questions need to be addressed to all candidates, and not contain personal attacks.
April 3, 2023
Join Look TV as we talk with Tim Coll, Saratoga Springs Commissioner of Public Safety Candidate.
MARCH 10, 2023
In an effort to restore relations with law enforcement and city employees, Tim Coll is running for public safety commissioner this fall.
MARCH 8, 2023
My name is Tim Coll and I am running for Public Safety Commissioner in Saratoga Springs, NY. As Public Safety Commissioner I hope to restore and repair relationships that have been damaged by the current City Council.
Tim Coll Announces Run for Public Safety Commissioner
In February 2023, Saratoga Springs resident Tim Coll announced his run for Public Safety Commissioner against incumbent James Montagnino.