Norwalk Police Department

  • Agency: Norwalk Police Department
  • Address: 1 Monroe St., Norwalk, 06852 CT
  • Chief: Harry Rilling (Chief of Police)

Norwalk Police Department is located at 1 Monroe St., Norwalk, 06852 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Harry Rilling. The Norwalk Police Department phone number is (203) 854-3000.

Norwalk Police Department News

From Chief Thomas Kulhawik In honor of Veterans Day, I would like to recognize and express our gratitude to the sworn and civilian members of the Norwalk Police Department who have served their country in the various branches of the Armed Forces. We have a total of 35 members of the NPD family who have served and I want to take this opportunity to thank them for their loyalty to our nation. Thank you for your continued support to our country as police officers. You are our heroes! Officer Raul Aldarondo United States Marine Corps Officer Scott Anderson United States Air Force Officer Irving Bolling United States Army Officer Anthony del Pino United States Army Officer Gabriel DeMott United States Marine Corps Officer Michael DiMeglio United States Marine Corps ACO Richard Duddie United States Army Officer Patrick English United States Army Officer Nelson Figueroa United States Marine Corps Officer Kenny Fludd Connecticut National Guard Sergeant Rafael Fonseca United States Army Officer Theodore Garbera United States Marine Corps Officer Vidal Goñez United States Army Sergeant Sofia Gulino United States Army Officer Kelly Haddy United States Navy Officer John Haggerty United States Marine Corps Officer Brian Hamm United States Marine Corps Officer Kelly Hollister United States Navy Officer Christopher Holms United States Air Force Officer Stephen Jaeger United States Navy Sergeant Garrett Kruger United States Coast Guard Officer Owen Lee United States Marine Corps Sergeant Joseph Moquin United States Navy Sergeant James Mosher United States Army Officer Adam Mulkern United States Air Force Officer Kimberly Prada United States Marine Corps Officer Julio Rodriguez United States Coast Guard Sergeant Shannon Sherry United States Navy AACO Robert Sirico United States Army Officer Ramon Tejada United States Marine Corps Officer Keith Torreso United States Marine Corps Officer Corey Vento United States Marine Corps Officer Paul Wargo United States Marine Corps Dispatche James Wrinn United States Army Deputy Chief Susan Zecca United States Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserves City of Norwalk, CT Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

Congratulations to the Norwalk High School Marching Band, US Bands National Champions 2018!!!! Norwalk Public Schools NORWALK PUBLIC LIBRARY City of Norwalk, CT USBands

The NPD Honor Guard at today’s Veteran‘s Day Ceremony at City Hall. City of Norwalk, CT Norwalk American Legion Post 359 Family

The members of the Norwalk Police Department salute Veterans everywhere and thank them for their sacrifice to this great country. U.S.Army U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Marine Corps U.S. Navy Norwalk American Legion Post 359 Family

Reminder to motorists that there is now a 3-way stop on Hanford Place at Day Street. Our officers will be monitoring the intersection for violations. Please obey the signs and keep pedestrians and other motorists safe.

Busy week for your Norwalk Police Department, here’s a few things we were up to in addition to our day to day operations. Meeting with members of Norwalks’s Jewish Community about safety and security Tours for Norwalk Public Schools 2nd Graders K9 Unit demonstrations Providing security at Norwalk’s polling locations Enhanced motor vehicle enforcement in East Norwalk

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Congratulations to Officers Luciano, Lee, Suda and Hamm (not pictured ) for receiving the Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter Courage of Connecticut Award. Officers Luciano, Lee, Suda and Hamm were recognized for their arrests of armed felons in our city. Great work that makes Norwalk safer.

Norwalk Police Department News Release Thursday, November 8, 2018 7:30 p.m. From: Public Information Officer – Lt. Terrence Blake On November 8, 2018, the Norwalk Police Department became aware of a peaceful protest planned for the Norwalk Green. Officers were assigned to monitor the gathering, which began on the Norwalk Green at 5:00pm. At 5:20pm an additional group of protesters formed on East Avenue across the street from the Norwalk Green. Due to an escalating verbal confrontation between these two groups, additional officers were requested to the scene to maintain the status quo. Once these officers arrived at the scene, they maintained a visible presence along East Avenue. One northbound and one southbound lane of East Avenue were temporarily closed however traffic remained flowing in both directions. At 6:10pm both groups began to disperse from the area. No arrests were made and no one was injured. The crowd was estimated to be 300 people. Norwalk Police Tip Line: 203-854-3111 Anonymous Internet tips can be sent to Norwalk Police website at: Anonymous text tips can be submitted by typing "NPD" into the text field, followed by the message, and sending it to CRIMES (274637) City of Norwalk, CT News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch

On November 4, 2018, members of the Strategic Narcotics Enforcement Team arrested Harlie Thompson. Officers Roncisnke, Del Pino and Barron observed Thompson standing on Meadow Street with what appeared to be a firearm in his waistband. When officers approached Thompson, he fled on foot before being apprehended in the backyard of 59 Meadow Street. After a brief struggle, Officers recovered a loaded .357 caliber pistol and marijuana from Thompson's pants. Thompson was found to be on probation. Arrested: Harlie Thompson, 24 of 3 Lawrence Street Charges: Criminal Poss. Firearm, Carrying a Pistol W/O Permit, Possession of Marujuana with Intent to Sell, Interfering with Police Officer and Threatening. Bond: $250,000 Hour Newsroom News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch City of Norwalk, CT Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

Wind Advisories will go into effect at 11:00 AM today for the entire state with the strongest winds expected between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM. City of Norwalk, CT #NorwalkCT

Congratulations to all of the graduates of the 2018 Norwalk Police Department Citizens Academy. The four week, ten class, program provides insight as to how the department and each of the divisions and units operate. Attendees had the opportunity to ride a long with the Marine Unit and spend a shift with a patrol officer. The Citizens Academy runs annually in the fall. Hour Newsroom News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch NorwalkOEM City of Norwalk, CT Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

Patrol Division Officers arrested Ximena Naranjo and Ricardo Torrez-Aravena yesterday at Costco. Both were charged wih criminal attempt at larceny for attempting to steal a wallet out of an elderly victim's purse. They are also suspects in three additional wallet thefts from Costco for which arrest warrants are being applied for. Naranjo is currently wanted by five other police departments for theft charges as well. As we approach the holiday season we remind all shoppers that people like this are out there. It only takes a second for theives to steal a purse, bag or wallet from a shopping cart or shopping basket when one walks away or becomes distracted. Always be aware of your surroundings and maintain control of your belongings. News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch

Congratulations to Officer Christopher Wasilewski, who received the AAA Northeast Traffic Safety Hero of the Year Award for his success and continuing effort to educate and protect the citizens of Norwalk. Officer Wasilewski, who is a eleven-year veteran of the Norwalk Police Department, joined the Traffic Unit in January 2017 and quickly made his presence felt. During 2017 Officer Wasilewski led the department in DUI arrests with 31. He also received the MADD Award that year for his efforts. Additionally he led the Traffic Unit in citations issued in 2017. This enforcement works to make our city streets safer and reduce crashes. In addition to his enforcement efforts, Officer Wasilewski became a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. Along with Officer Haggerty, they checked and installed over 100 seats in 2017 and held a Child Passenger Safety event at Norwalk City Hall. Officer Wasilewski can often be found installing a new car seat for expectant parents in the department parking lot, while ensuring that they understand how do properly install the seat themselves in order to keep their child safe. Officer Wasilewski networks with state agencies to stay abreast of traffic enforcement trends and traffic safety information. Officer Wasilewski is also the lead accident investigator for the department. This job requires that he respond to all serious injury and fatal crashes in the city. His proactive approach to his job and hard work help to make Norwalk a safer community for the motoring public. City of Norwalk, CT Hour Newsroom News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter Norwalk Police Union NorwalkOEM Norwalk Health Department Norwalk Department of Public Works - Operations Division

Congratulations to the NPD Traffic Unit, who were recognized by AAA Northeast with a Silver Award for outstanding achievement in traffic safety. L-R Officer Zavitz, Officer Haggerty, Officer Wasilewski Hour Newsroom News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch City of Norwalk, CT NORWALK PUBLIC LIBRARY Norwalk Health Department NorwalkOEM Norwalk Police Union Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

A fun Halloween 🎃 throughout the city 🧛‍♂️🧛‍♂️🧟‍♂️👻🤡👽🤖

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We are hoping that everyone is having a fun-filled and safe Halloween! Here is a snapshot from the Rowayton Elementary School Halloween Parade - staff and students with School Resource Officer Abruzzini. Great looking team! City of Norwalk, CT Norwalk Public Schools Rowayton School Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

Happy Halloween #NorwalkCT

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Connecticut held it‘s annual Community Police Awards Ceremony today in New Haven. Community Police Officer Max Sixto was honored at the ceremony. Congratulations Officer Sixto on this well deserved award. Norwalk Police Department Officer Jean-Maxime Sixto Born in Haiti, Jean-Maxime Sixto (“Max”) and his family moved to the United States in 1971, making a home in Norwalk. He, like many other young adults from Norwalk, worked at Stew Leonard’s. This is where Max honed his gift of conversation. The Norwalk Police Department hired Max Sixto in January of 1997 and, in 1999, he was assigned to the Community Police Unit. Officers in the unit worked out of the South Norwalk Train Station, patrolling and conducting outreach to specific areas of South Norwalk. Officer Sixto was assigned to the Roodner Court Housing Complex. At the time, Roodner Court was plagued with drug trafficking and violent crime. The close relationships Max formed with many members of the Roodner Court community were invaluable in combating such crime. That is, many individuals living in Roodner Court had enough trust in Max that they were willing to share information about the rampant crime occurring in their community allowing the police to bring many of the offenders to justice. The positive effect of Officer Sixto’s constant presence in Roodner Court and his incredibly warm personality were apparent the minute he entered the Housing Complex, whether by bicycle or on foot. Today, Max cannot step foot in Roodner Court without a resident yelling, “Hey Sixto,” followed by a high-five or a hug. In addition, Officer Sixto has worked with members of the Roodner Court community to beautify the complex with bright flower plantings. This had a ripple effect within the complex, with residents pitching in to clean up and to even create two vegetable gardens within the complex. Officer Sixto also spends a lot of time at the Roodner Court Learning Center, which provides afterschool education opportunities for the youth in Roodner Court. Officer Sixto reads to the kids and is a positive role model for them. He also spends time with the kids at Grass Roots Tennis and meets with the junior counselors to discuss leadership issues. Officer Sixto recently noticed that a young resident of Roodner Court did not have a bicycle, and so he arranged to bring a donated bicycle to the little girl, bringing smiles to her face and to that of her grandmother. In addition to his duties in Roodner Court, Officer Sixto is often called up to assist with other community outreach events such as Coffee with a Cop, NPD Ice Cream Day, Community Police Holiday Party, SoNo Alliance, Norwalk Open House and many more. Max is a decorated officer receiving numerous awards and recognitions from not only the Norwalk Police Department, but from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Attorney’s Office. Officer Sixto has received numerous letters of appreciation from community members as well as recognition for Community Service from the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Officer Max Sixto is the definition of a Community Police Officer. His hard work and dedication to the community are second to none. He has spent his career working hard to make Norwalk a safer place while creating police-community partnerships. News 12 Connecticut Hour Newsroom Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch City of Norwalk, CT Norwalk Housing Authority Afscme Council 4, Public Safety Chapter

The Norwalk Police Department encourages everyone to have a safe and responsible Halloween. Expect to see increased patrols around the city to ehance the safety of our community. Here are some helpful tips: If you see something, say something. Call 911 immediately if someone is at risk or a situation seems questionable. Your call may prevent a crime from happening. WALK SAFETY Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. Put electronic devices down and keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street. Teach children to make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. Always walk on sidewalks or paths. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic as far to the left as possible. Children should walk on direct routes with the fewest street crossings. Watch for cars that are turning or backing up. Teach children to never dart out into the street or cross between parked cars. MOTORIST SAFETY Slow down and be especially alert in residential neighborhoods. Children are excited on Halloween and may move in unpredictable ways. Take extra time to look for kids at intersections, on medians and on curbs. Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully. Eliminate any distractions inside your car so you can concentrate on the road and your surroundings. Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic and turn your headlights on earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances. Popular trick-or-treating hours are 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. so be especially alert for kids during those hours. Hour Newsroom News 12 Connecticut Daily Voice Gold Coast Norwalk Patch City of Norwalk, CT Stepping Stones Museum for Children NORWALK PUBLIC LIBRARY Norwalk Public Schools Norwalk Housing Authority Norwalk Hospital NorwalkOEM The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk Silvermine Community Association - SCA West Norwalk Association Rowayton Civic Association East Norwalk Neighborhood Association

A fun day at the Human Services Council Kidz Fest today.

We are heartbroken by the horrific events that occurred in Pittsburgh this morning. We stand with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh and Norwalk. We have added security at Norwalk’s Synagogues and increased patrols at all of Norwalk’s Houses of Worship.

Our officers assisting the Metro-North Railroad Police at this accident scene. No one was injured. South Main Street closed at Washington Street while the truck is removed.