Brookfield Police Department

  • Agency: Brookfield Police Department
  • Address: 63 Silvermine Rd., Brookfield, 06804 CT
  • Chief: Robin Montgomery (Chief of Police)

Brookfield Police Department is located at 63 Silvermine Rd., Brookfield, 06804 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Robin Montgomery. The Brookfield Police Department phone number is 203-775-2575.

Brookfield Police Department News

Join us for National Coffee with a Cop Day, Wednesday October 3rd at Chick-fil-A On Wednesday October 3rd from 08:30am - 10:30am our officer's will be partnered with the amazing people at Chick-fil-A Brookfield, Connecticut to bring to you national Coffee with a Cop Day! Our officers will be onsite at CFA in Brookfield, helping you to get your morning started right! Come down to the informal meet and greet, grab breakfast, get a coffee, meet the officers that patrol your neighborhood, voice your concerns, ask questions... anything you want to talk about, we will be there for you! BRING THE KIDS! Can't wait to see you all on Wednesday, October 3rd from 08:30 to 10:30am. #156 Federal Road, Brookfield, CT. Danbury News-TimesBrookfield, CT Patchi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMKICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMConnecticut PostNBC ConnecticutWTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsNews 12 ConnecticutHeidi VoightFox News Chick-fil-ACoffee with a CopHawthorne Police The News-Times

Public Assistance Requested - Identification Brookfield Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the male pictured in the attached bulletin. His identification is needed in an ongoing criminal investigation. Anyone recognizing this male is asked to contact: Cpl. Fiege by phone 203-740-4144 or email JFiege@BrookfieldCT.Gov Four Corners NewsWFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsThe News-TimesBrookfield, CT PatchNBC ConnecticutWTNH News 8WLAD 800AM & 94.1FMKICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMi95 WRKIConnecticut Post News 12 Connecticut

Brookfield Police Dive Team Recovers Lost Property Brookfield, CT - Our Dive Team routinely trains once a month to maintain proficiency and to challenge themselves, both physically and mentally. On September 04, 2018 our dive team located three Apple watches in Candlewood Lake in the area known as "Chicken Rock". One watch has already been returned to its owner, one is waiting to be picked up and one we are still working with Apple to get the owners information due to it being locked. All watches were recovered in approximately 15 feet of water and in working condition. The News-TimesFour Corners NewsNBC ConnecticutBrookfield, Connecticut Parks and RecreationWTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMConnecticut PostNews 12 ConnecticutDUI - Diving Unlimited InternationalHumminbirdi95 WRKIKICKS 105.5DANBURY'S 98QWEBE108STAR 99.9 FMThe Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FM

PLEASE REMEMBER BROOKFIELD.... LOCK IT UP Remove your valuables and lock your doors. Brookfield is a BEAUTIFUL, SAFE, place to live. However, we still have crime like everyone else. Don’t make it easy for these criminals to operate. Lock it up!

In honor of national dog day, here are a few pictures from our K-9 unit. 🐕 First up is Sgt. Osuch and his partner Argo, a three year old Belgian Malinois. 🐺 Followed by Ofc. Kyek and his partner Major, a three year old German Shepherd. 🐶 Both are dual purpose (patrol/narcotic) canines.

🚌 🚧 🚨 School buses will be hitting the roads again and we urge you to drive with caution, watch for children and never drive distracted. 🚨 🚧🚌 School bus violations are strictly enforced and carry penalties beginning at $465! The safety of our children is of the upmost importance, please drive responsibly. -BPD Brookfield, CT PatchFour Corners NewsCT Buzz MediaWFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsWethersfield Police DepartmentWallingford Police DeptWatertown CT Police DepartmentConnDOTSafe Kids WorldwideNHTSA

⚠️ Here is your warning... The next wave of “U Drive. U Text. U Pay” begins - Cell phone enforcement initiative. ⚠️ Brookfield, Conn. – The Brookfield Police Department, along with the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Office, has announced today the continuation of the “U DRIVE. U TEXT. U PAY.” campaign. Through this initiative, officers will be cracking down on motorists who text, talk, or distract themselves with a hand-held mobile phone while driving. “Texting and driving is a public safety crisis. Our mission is to save lives and protect the public. Enforcing texting and driving laws is a critical priority for our department,” said Captain Pete Frengs. “Starting August 1st, the community will see an increased and highly visible law enforcement presence on our roadways with a focus on safety. Our Officers will be stopping and ticketing anyone who is endangering the public due to texting and driving. If you text and drive, you will pay.” During the first wave of this campaign, in April 2018, more than 10,000 citations were issued to motorists who chose to ignore Connecticut’s distracted driving laws. While this is a start, there is still more work to be done. The second run of this two-part campaign will go from August 1st to August 15th. Throughout the campaign, Brookfield Police Department, will mobilize by adding special patrols aimed at catching distracted drivers – especially those on their phones. Over 50 law enforcement agencies, including both state and local police, who were previously involved in the April 2018 campaign, will again be participating. The special patrols that will be running during this campaign are funded by Connecticut’s special distracted driving prevention funds. Connecticut qualifies for this federal funding source through a mix of tough laws and a proven track record in strong enforcement of distracted driving laws. Over $9.1 million has been awarded to the state over the last three years specifically to fund campaigns like this one. Under Connecticut’s cell phone and texting law, violations involve heavy fines, ranging from $150 for a first offense, $300 for a second violation, and $500 for each subsequent violation. In 2016, there were 3,450 distracted driving related deaths and in 2015 an estimated 391,000 were injured in distracted driving motor vehicle crashes nationally. For more information about national distracted driving issues, visit ###END### The News-TimesWFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsWTNH News 8News 12 ConnecticutBrookfield, CT Patchi95 WRKIKICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMDANBURY'S 98QNHTSAConnecticut PostNBC Connecticut

***Danbury Investigates overnight vehicle thefts*** Hey Brookfield! This is why we continue to remind you to lock your vehicles and to never leave your keys or other valuables inside either. If you choose to leave your car unlocked, you will become these criminals new best friend. They are looking to commit crimes of opportunity. They are not looking to break glass and make lots of noise. They are looking to sneak into your driveway under the cover of darkness and check your car doors to see if any are open. If they are open, they take anything of value. If your keys are in the car, they will take your car for a joy ride (often destroying the vehicle by the time it is recovered). If your car is locked,TYPICALLY, they move on to your neighbor. Protect yourself, secure your belongings. Don’t make yourself a victim. -BPD #LockItUpBrookfield

***UPDATE: 5:44pm*** Conn. DOT with some impressive repair skills have made the lights functional again. #RecordTiming Thanks DOT!! =========================== =========================== =========================== ***MAJOR TRAFFIC DELAY*** Please be advised, the traffic lights at the intersection of Candlewood Lake Road, Federal Road and White Turkey Extension are not functioning. ConnDOT is on scene and together we are working on controlling the flow of traffic and getting these lights repaired ASAP. Presently, we do not have an estimated time of restoration. If possible, please avoid the area to reduce traffic congestion. If you are traveling through this area, use caution. The News-TimesNews 12 ConnecticutWFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsFour Corners Newsi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMWTNH News 8KICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMDANBURY'S 98QWEBE108STAR 99.9 FM #CTTRAFFIC #BrookfieldPD #BrookfieldCT #BrookfieldPolice

ROAD CLOSURE Silvermine Road is closed at ROUTE 25 and 133 Intersection No traffic can pass. Silvermine is closed to through traffic at Oak Grove Road- only local traffic can go up the hill to condos. Closure is expected to last for a few hours. Closure is due to downed, large diameter communications lines. The News-Timesi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMBrookfield MattersBrookfield, CT Patch

Significant progress made on Still River Greenway. Northern end open! The crews will continue their work to make the southern section safe, in the meantime please stay out of this area (from BPD - south). Please see the shared link from First Selectman Steve Dunn. Thanks! -BPD The News-TimesBrookfield, CT Patch

***PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REQUEST*** We are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured male relating to an ongoing criminal investigation. Anyone recognizing this man is asked to contact: Cpl. Jason Fiege #314 (203) 775-2575 or The News-TimesBrookfield, CT Patchi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMKICKS 105.5Four Corners NewsWFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsConnecticut PostNBC Connecticut

***GOOD NEWS!! Still River Greenway clearing work begins *** The SRG is still closed! Today and tomorrow this is especially true as tree crews, assisted by our highway department and parks department, are working to clear the north end of the trail. (North end being from the Police Department ... North). Stay off the trail, we have an officer assigned to this construction zone for the duration of the work. People violating our repeated warning will be dealt with accordingly. -BPD The News-TimesBrookfield, CT Patchi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FM

Here are two great articles written by the Danbury News-Times, that go into some depth covering our Canine Units training and the GPS collars Argo and Major wear EVERY DAY! Again, a special thank you to Albert of Future Subnets for making sure our Canine Unit is fully protected with GPS capabilities! We are fortunate enough to have great working relationships with all the law enforcement agencies in our area. This was especially true Monday when we asked Candlewood Lake Authority Marine Patrol to assist us with the boating exercises. Without hesitation, Assistant Chief Ron Barnard provided us with “whatever we need”. Thanks News Times for attending our training day Monday, you always have an open invitation. ARTICLE ONE: ARTICLE TWO: Brookfield, CT Patch i95 WRKINews 12 ConnecticutWTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsConnecticut Police Work Dog AssociationNorth American Police Work Dog Association KICKS 105.5DANBURY'S 98QThe Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMBrookfield, Connecticut Parks and RecreationGarmin

Okay Brookfield, it’s that time again! We are reminding you to LOCK your vehicles. Take a moment right now to double check and ensure your vehicle is locked. As if tomorrow doesn’t already have a bad reputation, waking up to start your week without your vehicle will only add to your “case of the Mondays”. #LOCKITUPBROOKFIELD -BPD 203-775-2575

After you’ve enjoyed the fireworks over #CandlewoodLake and you get home, LOCK your car doors!! #LOCKITUPBROOKFIELD -BPD 203-775-2575

Brookfield it’s 9:30 PM. If you’re in for the night, is your car locked? Take a second right now to double check. Criminals have been taking advantage of your complacency by stealing items from within your unlocked cars and for those generous enough to leave the keys in the car... well they’ve been taking your car for a joyride and to commit other crimes elsewhere. Don’t be a victim, lock it up! Double check now. #LOCKITUPBROOKFIELD -BPD 203-775-2575

It’s bedtime are your vehicles locked? If your aren’t positive, take a second right now and check! Don’t fall victim! Remove your valuables, lock your doors and NEVER leave your keys inside the vehicle. We have been dealing with stolen vehicles (most often the keys are left inside the unlocked car) and the theft of contents from within the unlocked cars. These suspects are specifically targeting unlocked vehicles. They are being quiet, avoiding vehicle alarms and the sound that comes from breaking windows. If you see something, say something! Brookfield... let’s stop giving these criminals reasons to operate here. “Lock it up!” - Jeremy Grey & John Beckwith -BPD 203-775-2575 #NightlyLockup #LOCKITUPBROOKFIELD

THE STILL RIVER GREENWAY CLEANUP updated 6/28/18 We are pleased to announce that two local firms, Wright Tree Service and Lewis Tree Service, generously have agreed to donate their time and equipment to begin cleaning up the Still River Greenway. Our current plan is for work to begin July 5, focusing first on the Greenway between the Police Station and downtown. We hope to open this section to the public on July 8. We are still working on the plan to clear the Greenway from the Police Station south. We will provide timely updates for both phases of work. We thank both of these firms for volunteering to help the town recover from the disaster and open this popular walkway. They are truly great partners to work with. -Message from Brookfield, Connecticut Parks and Recreation i95 WRKIThe News-TimesBrookfield, CT PatchKICKS 105.5DANBURY'S 98Q

Folks the Still River Greenway (SRG) is still closed. Although, you can bypass/remove our caution tape (as you have so many times already) we urge that you do not walk the trail. There are still hazards across the trail and hazards above the trail. Please remain off the trail until further notice. Should you become injured on the trail, yes it has happened, emergency services will be delayed getting to you because of these hazards. Please, obey the closure! The News-TimesBrookfield, CT PatchKICKS 105.5DANBURY'S 98QThe Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMi95 WRKI

Update from Brookfield Matters (Town Hall) on the town brush dump operational hours and town right of way clean up. # END # Brookfield, CT PatchThe News-Timesi95 WRKIWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMDANBURY'S 98QKICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FM

***CT Special Olympics Torch Run*** Every year, Brookfield Police Corporal Jason Fiege coordinates and plans leg 9 of the Connecticut Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. This leg consists of just over 46 miles! Leg 9 relay begins with New Milford Police Department ends with Connecticut State Police Troop - I in Bethany. Along the way the lit torch is passed to: Brookfield Police Department - CT - City of Danbury Police Department - Bethel Police Department - Newtown Police Department - Southbury Police Department/Troop A - Oxford Police Department/Troop A - Town of Seymour CT Police Department - Connecticut State Police Troop I Bethany. The torch run raises funds, awareness and support for Special Olympics Connecticut and kicks off the opening ceremony of their games. For Cpl. Fiege and the coordinators of the other legs, the planning and the fundraising is all year long. With the torch run, everyone gets to have a little fun... sometimes too much fun! Thank you, Cpl. Fiege for all your hard work and a huge thank you to Ingersoll Auto of Danbury for providing the Chevrolet Silverado used to escort the run from New Milford to Bethany. Special Thanks to all our sponsors and supporters below for making this possible: Ingersoll Auto of Danbury ABC Fuel Oil L.L.C. Iapaluccio J Inc Contractors 189 Sports Cafe Chick-fil-A Brookfield, Connecticut Best Buy Discount Tires Chihuahuas Deli Max BMW Motorcycles Regional YMCA of Western CT Allstate Insurance Agent: Peter Marsten Murphy's family Restaurant Innovative Tax A&J Construction Bagelman Greater Danbury Center for Endodontics Woodbridge Running Company - Brookfield Coach Tours Brookfield Animal Hospital The Fox Hill Inn # END # The News-Times Brookfield BuzzCT Buzz MediaBrookfield, CT PatchWTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsChannel 4News 12 ConnecticutConnecticut PostSpecial OlympicsLaw Enforcement Today PoliceOne.comDANBURY'S 98QKICKS 105.5The Bull CT - 97.9 & 107.3FMWEBE108STAR 99.9 FM NBC ConnecticutABCABCi95 WRKI

Brookfield Police Department’s K9 Major has received donation of body armor Brookfield Police Department’s K9 Major has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by Reimer and Bevis Families of Middletown, CT and embroidered with the sentiment “Born to Love - Trained to Serve - Loyal Always”. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c(3) charity located in East Taunton, MA whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies throughout the United States. The non-profit was established in 2009 to assist law enforcement agencies with this potentially lifesaving body armor for their four-legged K9 officers. Since its inception, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provided over 2,900 protective vests in 50 states, through private and corporate donations, at a value of $5.7 million dollars. The program is open to dogs actively employed in the U.S. with law enforcement or related agencies who are certified and at least 20 months of age. New K9 graduates, as well as K9s with expired vests, are eligible to participate. The donation to provide one protective vest for a law enforcement K9 is $950.00. Each vest has a value between $1,744 – $2,283, and a five-year warranty and an average weight of 4-5 lbs. There is an estimated 30,000 law enforcement K9s throughout the United States. For more information or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please call 508-824-6978. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provides information, lists events, and accepts tax-deductible donations of any denomination at or mailed to P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718. “I would like to thank the Reimer and Bevis family for providing my partner with this vital piece of equipment. It is reassuring to know he is now further protected, thank you!” - Ofc. Kyek (K9 Major’s handler) The News-TimesBrookfield, CT PatchFour Corners NewsBrookfield Animal HospitalWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMi95 WRKIKICKS 105.5DANBURY'S 98QWEBE108WTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsNBC Connecticut North American Police Work Dog Association Connecticut Police Work Dog Association

*** FRIDAY TORCH RUN, EXPECT TRAFFIC DELAYS*** On Friday June 8th, Brookfield Police officers will participate in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Connecticut. Our officers will be grabbing the torch from the New Milford Police Department at FaithChurch.CC : New Milford, CT. From there, we will be running the torch south on Federal Road towards KFC. At KFC, the City of Danbury Police Department officers will be taking over the torch and running it to the Bethel Police Department. Our run ends at Harley-Davidson of Danbury, after approximately 6.5 miles. Please use caution while there are runners on the road and expect slow moving traffic on Federal Road beginning at approximately 0830am. Four Corners NewsThe News-TimesWLAD 800AM & 94.1FMWTNH News 8WFSB - Channel 3 Eyewitness NewsNBC Connecticut i95 WRKI Special Olympics ConnecticutSpecial Olympics