Easton Police Department

  • Agency: Easton Police Department
  • Address: 700 Morehouse Road, Easton, 06612 CT
  • Chief: John F Solomon (Chief of Police)
Phone: (203) 268-4111

Easton Police Department is located at 700 Morehouse Road, Easton, 06612 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is John F Solomon. The Easton Police Department phone number is (203) 268-4111.

Easton Police Department News

The Easton Police officers and staff had a great time at the annual Trunk or Treat last week! We always have a lot of fun creating our trunk and our spooky Sherriff theme is our favorite to date! We loved seeing everyone's costumes and the hard work put into all the wonderful trunk creations. We can't wait to see what everyone creates next year!

The Easton Police Department proudly recognizes Marine Corp Veteran and Easton Police Detective Kent Lyman who completed the 43rd annual Marine Corp Marathon in Washington D.C. on October 28, 2018. Detective Lyman ran the marathon in 4 hours 16 minutes and placed 5,118 out of 27,640 runners. Detective Lyman is a ten year veteran of the Easton Police Department. Chief Shaw and the members of the police department salute him for his service to our country and to the Easton community.

On Officer Mark's last full day as a member of the Easton Police Department he spent Halloween with the students of SSES. 🎃 First he helped the principal lead all of the parades and ended the day with his annual Kindergarten Halloween Safety and Magic Show! In his honor, the Kindergarten teachers dressed as Officer Mark and as clowns. 🤡👮‍♀️

We can't wait for the annual Trunk or Treat which is happening tomorrow, October 31st at 5:30pm at the Morehouse Fields (next to SSES). Be sure to come and check out our trunk set up and say hello to our Officers and Staff. We hope to see everyone at this great community event.

The Easton Police Department participated in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative on October 27, 2018. The Easton Police Cadets and Captain Doyle collected the unused medication in the lobby of the police department. 72 pounds were collected and later delivered to the National Guard Collection site in Bridgeport where they were disposed of.

***STORM ALERT*** The most recent weather forecast is posted below. If you don’t have to drive through the morning or early afternoon hours, it is recommended that you stay put. Damaging wind gusts can bring down trees and blow debris into the road. For any emergencies, the Easton Police Dispatch is there 24 hours a day. Just call 203-268-4111. Covering: Southern Fairfield; Southern Middlesex; Southern New Haven; Southern New London ...WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON... * WINDS...Northeast 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph. * TIMING...Through early this afternoon. Strongest winds are expected between 6 am and noon. * IMPACTS...Strong winds may blow down limbs, trees, and power lines. Scattered power outages are expected. A Wind Advisory is issued when sustained winds of 31 to 39 mph, or gusts of 46 to 57 mph, are expected or occurring. Winds this strong can make driving difficult, especially for high profile vehicles, in open areas, and on elevated roads and bridges. Use extra caution.

The Easton Police Department wanted to share the below video with our community. The Staples Elementary students sent "Officer Mark" off in style yesterday. They surprised him with a parade filled with cheering and signs for his 29 years teaching D.A.R.E. at their school. Officer Mark is retiring in December and he will be missed. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RkrzKb3oX-Y&feature=youtu.be

**LOCATION CHANGE** Due to the inclement weather that is forecast for tomorrow, Saturday October 27th, the DEA National Medication Takeback event has been moved to the lobby of the Easton Police Department at 700 Morehouse Rd in Easton. From 10am to 2pm you may drive up to the crosswalk in front of the Easton Police Department and simply hand your safely packaged medication to an Easton Police Officer or Easton Police Cadet for safe disposal.

On Saturday, October 27th, from 10am to 2pm, you can bring all unused prescriptions and leftover or expired, over the counter medication to the Easton Library parking lot to be collected and destroyed properly by the DEA. The Easton Police and the Easton Police Cadets will be assisting citizens as they simply drive up and hand safely packaged medication to them for disposal.

Easton Police officers along with members of the Easton Police Cadet Post were on hand to take part in the Center For Family Justice Vigil to focus on Domestic Violence. First Selectman Adam Dunsby, Captain Richard Doyle and Officer Mark Pastor were just a few of the invited speakers talking about what everyone can do to erase domestic violence. So many community members came together to support victims right in our area. We are so proud to be part of such a caring community.

A CALL TO ACTION! Tomorrow, the Easton Police Department will gather with members of our community to show support for domestic violence survivors! All are invited to the Easton Community Center at 6pm, to stand together to learn what we can all do to help stop the violence!

The Center For Family Justice asks that we all make October a month of action against domestic violence. A great way to start is to be a part of one of their upcoming vigils in different towns in the area. Please join us on October 17 at 6pm at the Easton Community Center as the Easton Community comes together to stand up against violence in the home. Your whole family is welcome as we get together to make a difference!

CONGRATULATIONS CHIEF SHAW! Chief Shaw was recognized by the State of Connecticut Police Commissioners Association at their "Distinguished Chief's Awards Dinner" last night in Orange, CT. Chief Shaw has been recognized by the State Coalition Against Domestic Violence and he has testified in front of the Public Safety Commission to benefit law enforcement throughout the state. He is the state coordinator for Project Lifesaver and has led an Opioid Awareness campaign. Chief Shaw works very closely with Town school's where safety and security is his number one priority. Easton Officers, dispatchers and staff came together to congratulate Chief Shaw on this prestigious award!

***ROAD ALERT*** Due to the heavy rain, many roads in town are flooded and some are not passable. If you don’t have to drive, stay where you are until the rain slows and the roads have some time to drain. NEVER drive through water that you cannot tell how deep it is and never drive through rushing water. If you have an emergency, dial 911.

Easton PD Car 3 looking better than it has in a long time! Thank you to the JBHS Girls Cross Country Team Car Wash for making us shine. Help support the girls and get out there today!

***Traffic Alert*** There is a tree branch that pulled a Primary wire down in the area of Delaware Rd. near Asmara Way and Old Sport Hill Parkway. UI has been notified and reports that power will be out for several hours. Please use caution if you have to drive through the area.

Tomorrow, Thursday, September 13th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

We love the Easton community! No matter where you look today, Easton remembers!

Keeping our family and friends close tonight while we remember all of the families who suffered the loss of loved ones. 9/11/2001. NEVER FORGET!

***EARLY DISMISSAL REMINDER*** Helen Keller Middle School will be closing today, Thursday, at 12:50 due to the temperatures expected this afternoon.

***TRAFFIC ALERT*** Morehouse Rd. between Delaware Rd. and Beers Rd. will be closed tomorrow Thursday, September 13th . This closure is necessary to repair a culvert pipe under the roadway. Only local traffic will be allowed to access their homes. See the detour map below. The detour follows Beers Rd. from Morehouse Rd. to Sport Hill Rd. The detour continues onto Delaware Rd. to Morehouse Rd. Easton Dispatch is always avaialable for questions at 203-268-4111.

***EARLY DISMISSAL REMINDER*** Helen Keller Middle School will be closing today, Wednesday, at 12:50 due to the temperatures expected this afternoon.

***EARLY DISMISSAL REMINDER*** Helen Keller Middle School will be closing today at 12:50 due to the temperatures expected this afternoon.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Ridgefield Police Department tonight as they announced the passing of their Police Chief, John Roche. Chief Roche was the son-in-law of retired Easton Police Chief, Gerard Hance. Chief Hance served as chief of the Easton Police Department from 1978 to 1995.

***UPDATE*** Delaware Rd. is open to traffic. Power has been restored to the area. If you are still having power issues, please call the UICO at 1-800-722-5584