Windsor Police Department

  • Agency: Windsor Police Department
  • Address: 340 Bloomfield Ave, Windsor, 06095 CT
  • Chief:
Phone: 860-688-5273
Fax: 860-683-2862

Windsor Police Department is located at 340 Bloomfield Ave, Windsor, 06095 CT. The Windsor Police Department phone number is 860-688-5273.

Windsor Police Department News

Busy week here at WPD! Patrick Dowd started the police academy last Friday and Nicoli Carilli and Lauren Mayhew graduated the HPD acadmey tonight.#winvalue

Please have patience during road improvements.

Be sure to say hello to Officer Fiano and the other Windsor Police Officers tomorrow at Northwest Park Country Fair! #winvalue

Do you ever ask yourself "What do they do?!?!". Your questions will be answered at the Town of Windsor's Citizen's Academy. The seven-week interactive Citizen’s Academy begins on Thursday, September 20, 2018 in the Town Hall Council Chambers from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM and will then continue to meet on Thursday evenings through November 1st at various town facilities including the Police Station (October 11th), Public Works garage, Fire House, and others. Participants will go behind the scenes and see what happens when you call 911, see the latest firefighting equipment, ancient land records in the Town Clerk’s Office vault, see what it is like to be in a snow plow truck, tour the town and meet a variety of town staff. This dynamic program will uncover facts about Windsor you never knew! Each week the academy meets at a different town facility. The program is free, and anyone 18 years or older living or working in Windsor is welcome to sign-up. Register soon by calling 860-285-1835 or by email at : jubrey@townofwindsorct.com #winvalue

Visit Officer Fiano at the “Dads Matter Too” Community Field Day today from 10am-4pm at Sharshon Park. #winvalue #DadsMatterToo

The Windsor Police Department offers our most sincere condolences to South Windsor Police Department, and the friends and family of SWPD Sgt. Mainieri. #winvalue

Today, Friday, Sept 7th, between 8AM-10AM, please expect traffic delays on Rt 178/Park Ave in Windsor and in the area of Blue Hills Ave. in Bloomfield. See Bloomfield PD’s shared post. This traffic delay is expected due to the memorial service for South Windsor PD Sgt. Matthew Mainieri at the First Cathedral Church at 1151 Blue Hills Ave in Bloomfield. Please seek out an alternative travel route or plan more time for travel during this time. The Windsor Police Department sends out our heart felt condolences to the South Windsor Police Department and all of Sgt. Mainieri's family and friends at this difficult time. #winvalue

Remember car/bus restricted lanes during pick up! Hope you all had a great day! #winvalue

Welcome back to school! the 2018-2019 school year will be a WINNER for WINDSOR WARRIORS! Be aware of signage, watch for pedestrians, and drive safe!

Wear seat belts and ensure children are in properly secured car seats. Schedule your appointment with a car installation officer. Call us at (860) 688-5273. Windsor Schools are starting Tuesday, September 4th. Let’s keep our kids safe! #winvalue

The speed limit around the Windsor High School and Sage Park Middle School is 25 MPH. We do not want to write tickets, so please obey all traffic laws. Officers from the Windsor Police Department will be highly visible to ensure compliance of the laws.Windsor Schools are starting Tuesday, September 4th. Let’s keep our kids safe! #winvalue

Windsor Schools are starting Tuesday, September 4th. Let’s keep our kids safe. Watch for traffic flow and time restrictions. Allow school buses free passage in and out of the school to ensure a smooth drop off and pick up of students. #winvalue

Death of SWPD Sergeant Matthew Mainieri: It is with profound sadness that the members of the South Windsor Police Department mourn the death of Sergeant Matthew Mainieri. South Windsor Police Sergeant Matthew Mainieri #155 died this afternoon of injuries sustained in an off-duty incident in South Carolina last night while trying to break up a fight. Sgt. Mainieri was a 20-year employee of the South Windsor Police Department. He began working as a Community Service Officer in January 1998 and became a police officer in May of 1999. During his career, Matthew served as an Officer, Corporal and Sergeant. He served in the Traffic Division and Detective Division. He was member of the regional traffic unit (Metro Traffic Services) and was an accident reconstructionist. He was also an outstanding instructor in many areas including firearms and motorcycle instructor. He was a member of our regional emergency services team (C.R.E.S.T.) and was skilled at explosive breaching. In recent months, Sgt. Mainieri became heavily involved in starting a Drone Program for the Police Department and obtaining the drone technology to find missing persons and suspects. He was also the recipient of several awards including the department Medal of Valor, Chief’s Award, and Certificates of Commendation. Sgt. Mainieri spent his off-duty time with friends riding motorcycles, traveling to Vermont and South Carolina. He leaves behind his mother, sister, girlfriend and countless friends. We send our thoughts and prayers to his family and friends as well as his police family throughout Connecticut and beyond. Final arrangements have not been made as of this writing and we will be assisting his family during this difficult time.

Text-to-911 is now available in Connecticut. Calling is the best and fastest way to reach 9-1-1, but you should text if: -You’re deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech disability. -You’re in a situation where it’s not safe to call 9-1-1 for help. -You’re having a medical emergency and cannot speak on the phone. Remember, 911 is for emergencies only. If you need other assistance from the Windsor Police Department, please call, any day, any time at (860)688-5273. #winvalue

On August 8, Windsor Police Detectives LeGeyt, Glaude, Morneau and Officer Manfredi conducted a training class at Forensic Science Day at DREAMS Sports Summer Learning camp. Thank you to DREAMS for the photos. #winvalue

Be Bear Aware. Bear sightings in the area of Brewster and Brookview Roads. #winvalue

*ENFIELD PD SILVER ALERT* “...believed to be occupying a white Infiniti sedan, 4-door, with an Alabama registration of “JMARLON” or similar”

We are so proud to know that our local businesses are taking proactive steps in learning how to protect their employees if an active shooter situation were to ever happen. Attached are some informational sites to help you if there were to be an active shooter scenario. It is a TERRIBLE thought, but we'd all rather be safe than sorry. FBI website: "Although local and state law enforcement agencies are virtually always the first ones on the scene, the FBI has played a large role in supporting the response to every major incident in recent years and has much to offer in terms of capacity, expertise, specialized capabilities, training, and resources before and after an incident occurs. The successful prevention of these active shooter incidents lies with a wide range of public and private entities all working together. To that end, the FBI provides operational, behaviorally-based threat assessment and threat management services to help detect and prevent acts of targeted violence, helping academic, mental health, business, community, law enforcement, and government entities recognize and disrupt potential active shooters who may be on a trajectory toward violence. The Bureau also continues its research to identify indicators that could signal potential violent intent." FBI Video: https://www.fbi.gov/about/partnerships/office-of-partner-engagement/active-shooter-resources/responding-to-an-active-shooter-crisis-situation #winvalue

Laughter is the best medicine! Laugh and support the Honor Wellness Center on September 29th with the comedy of Corey Rodrigues and friends at the Manchester County Club! The Honor Wellness Center provides client-centered, culturally competent, holistic individual and group treatment to first responders (police, fire, military, corrections, dispatchers and EMS personnel) utilizing evidenced based practices in order to address the first responder’s addiction, mental health and/or trauma issues. They recognize that mental health and addictions can be chronic and progressive which deeply impacts not only the first responder but their entire family system as well. They strive to guide each first responder, including their family, throughout the recovery process with the goal of living life to its full potential free from addiction. Learn more at the Honor Wellness Facebook page and website. #winvalue

Last Friday, Aug 10th was our last Community Block Party of the season. What's next!?!?! #winvalue

Congratulations to the Windsor Cadets on their graduation from the CT Cadet Police Academy! Watch the graduation LIVE on Facebook @11am. #winvalue

Officer Saylor and K9 Blaze will be at the Deerfield Community Block Party this Friday, August 10th from 4:30pm-7:30pm. They will demonstrate how Blaze helps keep our community a safe place! Call 860-285-1990 for more information.#winvalue

Over 350 youth from 13-21 years old, from through out CT, MA, and NY, are spending the week at the annual CT Cadet Police Acadmey at the University of Hartford. There are 9 Windsor Police Cadets participating in four of the six different programs: Basic, Advanced, Practical Skills and Mock Police Department. Follow the Cadet Police Facebook page for photos and live coverage.#winvalue

What started off as an animal complaint turned into a super fun summer game of cricket! Windsor PD’s Officers Johnson, Dally, and Wilder: River Street “India vs West Indies”! #winvalue

Want to learn more about local law enforcement? Need some community service hours for school? Looking for a little extra cash? Look no further than the Windsor Police Cadet Program! The Windsor Police Cadets are seeking paid role players to assist at Law Enforcement training classes from September through May, as needed (evenings, weekends). Role players shall be compensated as follows: $25.00 (3-4 Hours) $50.00 (6 Hours) To be considered, candidates must be a minimum 18 years of age. Current Windsor Police Cadet Advisors, members, and parents/guardians of members are ineligible. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Advisor Patrick Dowd @ (860) 593-7808. A criminal history check and waiver are required. #winvalue