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Clinton Police Department is located at 170 East Main Street, Clinton, 06413 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Joseph P Faughnan. The Clinton Police Department phone number is 860-669-0451.
WAY TO GO TEAM SONNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE 2018 AFTERMATH K9 GRANT WINNERS: $5,000―Larksville Borough Police Department, PA $4,000―Tucson Police Department, AZ $3,000―Clinton Police Department, CT $2,000―Pekin Police Department, IL $1,000―Marion County Sheriffs Office, FL $1,000―Peoria County Sheriffs Office, IL $500―North Port Police Department, FL $500―Great Barrington Police Department, MA $500―Warrensburg Police Department, MO $500―Peekskill Police Department, NY $500―Cherokee County Sheriffs Office, GA $500―Wausau Police Department, WI $500―Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Office, CA $500―Corona Police Department, CA THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO VOTED!!!!
Alright Facebook friends! This is the home stretch. Let’s finish strong!
Congratulations to all of this year’s winners.
Last day to vote! and we’re currently in 5th place. We need a big push to move up in the standings and land the Aftermath K9 grant. You can vote up to twice a day. Come on Team Sonny! Vote at: https:www.aftermath.com/k9-grant/
I was extremely humbled today to receive a 2018 Community Policing Award from United States Attorney John Durham in recognition of Clinton’s community policing initiatives. The truth is that I could only accept this award on behalf of all the men and women of the Clinton Police Department. For it is their commitment, passion and daily interactions with our citizens that make these programs work and strengthen our ties to the community. Well done all! Here’s to many more successes together.
Congratulations to girls of Girl Scout Troop # 62198, (4th grade). Today these young ladies earned their Safety and First Aid Badges. They also received a tour of the Clinton PD and had the opportunity to meet Clinton Police K9 Sonny!! The Troop is pictured here with Clinton Police School Resource Officer Spencer Mangs.
Many thanks to the Huisking Foundation for their generous donation in support of our Clinton Police Youth Group! This important program helps build strong relationships between police officers and young adults and is a great mentoring opportunity for our personnel. Another strong partnership, making Clinton a better place.
Found Kayaks: Washed up on the beach after the storm. 2 10ft sun dolphin brand kayaks. If you have owner information please contact the Clinton Police Department 860-669-0451
UPDATE SATURDAY 12:00 NOON! CLARK HAS BEEN LOCATED!!! ****Christopher Clark has been located in Middletown and is in good health. We thank each and every one for their assistance in this matter!!**** The Clinton Police have issued a “Silver Alert” for a missing person by the name of Christopher A. Clark. Clark a white male (age 37), has not been seen or heard from in over 24 hours. Clark resides in a residential facility in on High Street in Clinton for individuals who live with varying degrees of intellectual disabilities, and walked away from the home on Thursday afternoon. Clark is originally from the Meriden area and still has family in Meriden, but has been known to frequent the Middletown area in the past. Police and family members are concerned that Clark has not taken his prescribed medications for two days and may suffer physical/psychological effects from not taking his proper medications. Anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of Clark are urged to call the Clinton Police at 860-669-0451.
Tonight three officers from of the Clinton Police D.A.R.E. unit (Officer John Harkins, School Resource Officer Spencer Mangs, and Officer Kate Recchia) participated in the "Trunk or Treat" event which was held at Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets!! The officers met and mingled with the costume clad children that participated in the event, and handed out "treats and goodies" to the children that visited the Clinton Police Patrol cruiser. A great time was had by all!!!
Tomorrow is National Medications Take-Back Day. Bring your unused or expired prescription medications to CPD headquarters between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM and let us dispose of them properly (No Sharps Please).
**Dog has been returned** Please help us reunite this friendly Male pitbull gry and white that was just located in the area of Liberty and Glenwood. Please call CPD at 860 669 0451
On 10/20/18 the male and female pictured below were involved in shoplifting activity at Tommy Hilfiger and Nike Store’s in excess of $500.00. When officers approached the suspects in the Clinton Crossing parking lot the suspects took off at a high rate of speed engaging officer’s in a pursuit that was terminated shortly thereafter The suspects’ vehicle that was involved in the incident later crashed in the woods in the Town of Madison. The suspects fled the vehicle on foot and were not found the night of the incident. The male suspect is described as a white male in his 40’s, slim build, shaved head, with a goatee. The female suspect is a black female, dark shoulder length hair, medium build and approximately 5’ 5”. Anyone with information on the identities of the suspects is urged to contact Officer Brymer at the Clinton Police Department at (860) 669-0451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Reference CPD Case #18-12828
Many thanks to our friends at Steward's Ace Hardware and their customers who participated in the Round-Up for Charity program, which resulted in a donation of $480.00 to CPD's D.A.R.E Program! Another great partnership, helping to improve the Clinton Community!
K9 Sonny has been officially nominated in the 2018 Aftermath K9 grant. There's a lot of competition for funds. Please vote for Sonny! You can vote once a day from now until November 2nd @ https://www.aftermath.com/k9-grant/
Congratulations to Officer Jason Frey, who was this year’s recipient of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce’s Public Service Award of Distinction. Jason is always going above and beyond to make Clinton a better place to live and visit. He and his partner, K9 Sonny have become social media sensations, showcasing Clinton to people around the globe. (pictured L-R, Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn, Officer Jason Frey, Chief Vincent DeMaio)
Today is National Boss’s Day. Once again, the tremendous employees of the Clinton Police Department make me feel honored to work with each of them. Special thanks to Wendy McDermott, Pam Capece and Ann Monarca for cooking a fabulous breakfast for everyone and presenting me with this illustration of the Fisher Cat Incident of ‘16! (It’s a long but humorous story). Looking forward to many more successes together.
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Come on down before 2:00 to the Henry Carter Hull Library to our child safety seat check.
The Clinton Police are looking to identify the male and female parties depicted in this photo. The couple is suspected of shoplifting merchandise from the Sunglass Hut store, earlier today (Saturday October 6, 2018) at about 1:30 p.m. Anyone that can identify either of the two individuals in this photo are urged to call the Clinton Police Department at 860-669-0451or email email@example.com All information will be confidential.
CPD will be hosting another R.A.D. class starting October 20th. For details contact Officer Gregory Matakaetis at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a half marathon and 10k occurring on Sunday October 7th the announcement along with information regarding this event will be in this post. This route and traffic diversion will take place at approximately 8am until conclusion. Traffic on River Road will only be able to travel in the southbound direction (towards Airline Road) Traffic on Airline Road will only be able to travel in the northbound direction (Towards cow Hill Road) Traffic on Nod Road will only be able to travel in the east bond direction (towards North High Street) Traffic on Cow Hill road will only be able to travel in the northbound direction (from Nod towards Egypt Lane) Police Officers, Fire Police Officer and race volunteers will be posted throughout the race route assisting in the diversion of traffic. Please drive safely if traveling in these areas.
***********EMERGENCY ALERT TEST TODAY************* National Test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA). The test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether technological improvements are needed. The test will be conducted in two parts and will take place on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, with the WEA portion starting at 2:18 p.m. ET, followed by the EAS portion at 2:20 p.m. EDT. The WEA test message will be sent to cell phones that are connected to wireless providers participating in WEA. This is the fourth EAS nationwide test and the first national WEA test. Previous EAS national tests were conducted in November 2011, September 2016, and September 2017 in collaboration with the FCC, broadcasters, and emergency management officials. Following the test you will receive an email asking for your input to an internal DHS survey. The results will assist FEMA’s IPAWS program in determining the effectiveness of the test. More information and updates about the test can be accessed on this FEMA website.