Greenwich Police Department

  • Agency: Greenwich Police Department
  • Address: 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich, 06830 CT
  • Chief: James A Walters (Chief of Police)
Phone: (203) 622-8000
Fax: (203) 618-8866

Greenwich Police Department is located at 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich, 06830 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is James A Walters. The Greenwich Police Department phone number is (203) 622-8000.

Greenwich Police Department News

Under the cover of darkness..... Officer Doenges interrupted the theft of two motorized scooters in the wee hours of the night. Officer Doenges’s keen observation resulted in the identification of two thieves,and the return of stolen property before the owner even knew he was a victim! Nice Job Officer Doenges! #midnightwatchmen

Congratulations to Officer Sean Beattie who is recognized as the Officer of the Month. Officer Beattie saved a local resident who choked on some food, lost consciousness, and went into cardiac arrest. Good Job!

Community policing at its best is when you get to go Trick or Treating while on duty! Sergeant Larking shows us how it’s done!

Safety Tips For Checking Halloween Candy Wait until children are home to sort and check treats. Though tampering is rare, a responsible adult should closely examine all treats and throw away any of the following candies that have: An unusual appearance or discoloration Tiny pinholes or tears in wrappers Spoiled or unwrapped items Homemade items or baked goods should be discarded unless you personally know who gave them. When in doubt, throw it out Tell children not to accept -- and, especially, not to eat--anything that isn't commercially wrapped. Parents of young children should also remove any choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies and small toys. Try to apportion treats for the days following Halloween.

Made a friend on the Avenue today, sporting a great Halloween costume!

Happy Halloween from the Greenwich Police Department

Out and About on Halloween To help ensure adults and children have a safe holiday, the American Academy of Pediatrics has compiled a list of Halloween safety tips. NSC offers these additional safety tips for parents – and anyone who plans to be on the road during trick-or-treat hours: Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing Discourage new, inexperienced drivers from driving on Halloween On behalf of the Greenwich Police Department and the American Academy of Pediatrics have a safe and fun Halloween!

Drug Take Back Day Thank you to everyone who turned in their unused prescriptions. Despite bad weather we collected 75 pounds of medications! The Greenwich Police Department maintains an ongoing drug take back program, so if you missed this important event you can still dispose of your unused medications.

Meet Greenwich Police Officer Christian Rosario. Officer Rosario is a nine-year veteran of the Greenwich Police Department. Originally from the Bronx NY, Officer Rosario attended Stoney Brook University where he studied Business Management and Electrical Engineering. Officer Rosario's beat covers the Central Greenwich Area. If you see him around town feel free to say "Hi."

Even more flooding Stay safe!

More flooding In Old Greenwich

Greenwich Flooding 10/27/18

Severe flooding event in Greenwich 10/27/2018

Flood Warning for Greenwich CT. October 27, 2018 @ 1:30 PM The Town of Greenwich is experiencing a severe flooding event. Residents are being asked to avoid low lying areas and stay inside. High tide is at 2 PM and the flood water will continue to rise until at least that time. Greenwich Point has been closed due to flooding.

Drug Take Back Day Saturday October 27, 2018 at the Greenwich Police Department from 10 AM to 2 PM

GREENWICH — The Town of Greenwich took top national honors as a safe and livable community, according to a company that provides information on security., which bills itself as a leading authority on home security and home-automation testing, rated Greenwich as No. 1 in its annual review of “safest cities,” defined as communities over 50,000 in population. It used recent statistics from the Federal Bureau of Statistics, demographic information and other metrics, to determine a list of the 101 safest cities in the country. “Its proximity to New York City makes it a desirable city to live in for commuters, where their families can be safe,” the trade organization said in highlighting Greenwich. It also cited the wealth of the community: “One of the main reasons would be that Greenwich is the wealthiest town in the state, with the median income at $167,825 for a family.” Enfield and Norwich followed Greenwich as the next safest cities in Connecticut. Greenwich police spokesman Lt. John Slusarz said it was always nice to receive recognition from trade organizations. “Good news, we’ll take it,” he said. “We do a lot of work to keep our community safe.” The public usually associates local law enforcement with little more than making arrests, but there is more going on than just that, Slusarz said. “All our officers are involved in community,” he said. The goal is to forge a partnership with the public to create a safe environment, he said. While the recent report from the FBI on crime statistics showed an increase in some categories of crime last year, police supervisors note that fluctuations are typical from year to year, but the numbers are all on the low side of the spectrum. In 2017, Greenwich turned up in the No. 1 spot on a list of the safest communities to raise a child, as ranked by a security-consulting organization. SafeWise, another online trade organization, cited Greenwich’s abundant recreational resources, as well as crime statistics, to cite it as a desirable place to raise a family. Artical by Robert Merchant, Greenwich Times Reporter

Congratulations to Greenwich Police Officer Siuyan Su Ah Sor who has successfully completed her probationary period. Officer Siuyan Su Ah Sor is a graduate of the University of Connecticut with a degree in Sociology. Before joining the Greenwich Police Department Siuyan was an Adult Probation Officer with the State of Connecticut.

Cos Cob students return to school on Monday October 22, 2018. Now in their second week of school “abroad” it is clear that they have adjusted well. Students are greeted each morning and afternoon by the faculty and staff, as well as our friendly police and security from the High School, who work together to provide a safe, orderly, and fun environment for the kids.

Meet Ruby and Glimmer, who are available for adoption at Greenwich Animal Control. October Pets of the Month: Ruby the Dog and Glimmer the Cat Halloween is just around the corner, and these gals want to jump in on the fun! Their photos may seem a little stern, but it’s all an act! Ruby is a happy girl who loves walking and chewy sticks. She is a great balance between joyful energy and contented relaxation! Glimmer is a pretty lady who is a professional companion - she will sit by your side and keep your secrets! Ruby and Glimmer are the best kind of treats - they last long after the Halloween candy! (Please note: they can be adopted separately!) Greenwich Animal Control is open 7 days a week, from 7:30am to 3:00pm. We welcome your visit to the shelter! It is a good idea to call first before stopping by, as officers may be out responding to calls. (393 North Street / 203-622-8299

This is awesome and we are beyond thankful of the support from the @emily_fedorko_foundation We’ve got your back and we know you have ours! #Repost @emily_fedorko_foundation with @get_repost ・・・ This year, Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation donated more than 75 life vests to our local Greenwich Marine Police Department. We THANK our men in blue for all their support! 💙⛴#GPD #GreenwichPolice #GreenwichCT #watersafety #boatingsafety #police #marinepolice #FairfieldCounty #LongIslandSound #emsway

This is awesome and we are beyond thankful of the support from the @emily_fedorko_foundation We’ve got your back and we know you have ours! #Repost @emily_fedorko_foundation with @get_repost ・・・ This year, Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation donated more than 75 life vests to our local Greenwich Marine Police Department. We THANK our men in blue for all their support! 💙⛴#GPD #GreenwichPolice #GreenwichCT #watersafety #boatingsafety #police #marinepolice #FairfieldCounty #LongIslandSound #emsway