New Milford Police Department

  • Agency: New Milford Police Department
  • Address: 49 Poplar St., New Milford, 06776 CT
  • Chief: Colin D McCormack (Chief of Police)
Phone: 860-355-3133
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New Milford Police Department is located at 49 Poplar St., New Milford, 06776 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Colin D McCormack. The New Milford Police Department phone number is 860-355-3133.

New Milford Police Department News

During the month of November, the New Milford Police Department will be participating in the “No Shave November” campaign in memory of Officer Edward E. DeLisle, Jr., who died on Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 after courageous battle with cancer. Officer DeLisle began his career in 1969 when he was hired as a police officer in the town of Ridgefield, CT. During his years of service, he received the police department's "Officer of the Year Award". Ed was very involved in the Ridgefield Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (P.B.A.). He was a four-time recipient of the "P.B.A. Police Officer of the Year Award". Ed was also a past president of the police union. He completed 25 years with Ridgefield police department and retired as a Sergeant. In 1995, Ed was hired as a full-time police officer with the New Milford Police Department. He was frequently recognized by M.A.D.D. for his efforts in apprehending D.W.I. violators and received a "Meritorious Service Award" from the department. He also received "Medal of Bravery" award after saving a civilian from a flaming car wreck. Officer DeLisle is dearly missed by everyone here at the New Milford Police Department. We are remembering and honoring Officer DeLisle by putting our razors away and using the money we would spend on razors to help fund the Connecticut Cancer Foundation (CCF). For the past 30 years, the CCF has been committed to reducing the burden of cancer for Connecticut cancer patients and their families both financially and emotionally. The Connecticut Cancer Foundation's goal is to reach $50,000 in donations! All of the money that is raised will go towards helping Connecticut cancer patients and their family. We cannot accomplish this goal without the help of our beloved community. This is the link to New Milford Police, CCF fundraising page. It is safe and secure and it is a great way for our community to come together for a special cause! https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?teamID=833370&langPref=en-CA We encourage people to like and share this post!

Big Y has been hit for energy drinks several times over the last few weeks. If anyone could identify any of the individuals in the photographs please contact Officer Lima at 860-355-3133.

Take advantage of our Drug Takeback Day today October 27, 2018! Safely discard any medications or prescriptions at the New Milford Police Department.

On October 18, 2018 "Purple Thursday"members of the New Milford Police Department wore purple ribbons to support Domestic Violence Awareness. On this day we honor and remember victims who have lost their lives due to domestic violence.

The New milford Police Department is attempting to identify the male in this photograph as he is the suspect is a recent theft from a motor vehicle. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Officer Arnold at 860-355-3133.

The New Milford Police Department is attempting to identify the female in this photograph. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Officer Arnold at 860-355-3133.

The New Milford Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying the male in this photograph. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Detective Begley at 860-355-3133 ex 2110.

On Monday October 1, 2018 Alec Rodriquez, Marcello Lima, Alexander Johnson, Daniel Kabasakalian and John Legan were sworn in officially as Police Officers for the Town of New Milford. Administering the Oath of Office was Gale Fernandez (Deputy Town Clerk). Also present at the ceremony was Mayor Pete Bass, Personnel Director Greg Bollaro, Chief Shawn Boyne and Lieutenant Jeffrey Covello.

This website does not contain information on all types of warrants. The warrant information contained in this website is for information purposes only in an effort to serve the interest of the public. It is recommended that you do not attempt to take action against anyone based on information contained in this website. If you think there is a threat right now to a person or property, you can call 911. If you think that non emergent help is needed right away, you can call the police department at 860-355-3133, or provide information anonymously at tips@newmilfordpolice.org. Information about outstanding warrants will not appear on this page if (A) there is a reason to believe posting information about the warrant might endanger the safety of any person, or (B) the warrant was issued in a youthful offender proceeding. Additional warrant information can be researched at: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/VOP/VOPEnterParm1.aspx

The New Milford Police Department would like to express a sincere thank you to John Gallagher, owner of New Milford’s Bike Express. The department recently purchased two specialty police patrol bikes from Bike Express, custom built by them to facilitate our officer’s patrolling of the greater downtown area. The bicycles were purchased at no cost to New Milford tax payers, but authorized by Chief Boyne to be drawn from asset forfeiture funds procured through the highly technical narcotics investigative work of Det. Flockhart while assigned to SNTF (Statewide Narcotics Task Force). Pictured from left: John Gallagher, Bicycle Patrol Officer Lou Taranto

This website does not contain information on all types of warrants. The warrant information contained in this website is for information purposes only in an effort to serve the interest of the public. It is recommended that you do not attempt to take action against anyone based on information contained in this website. If you think there is a threat right now to a person or property, you can call 911. If you think that non emergent help is needed right away, you can call the police department at 860-355-3133, or provide information anonymously at tips@newmilfordpolice.org. Information about outstanding warrants will not appear on this page if (A) there is a reason to believe posting information about the warrant might endanger the safety of any person, or (B) the warrant was issued in a youthful offender proceeding. Additional warrant information can be researched at: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/VOP/VOPEnterParm1.aspx

The New Milford Police Department would like to congratulate three of our recently hired officers on their graduation from the Bridgeport Police Academy. The ceremony was held on September 21, 2018 at the University of Bridgeport Arnold Bernhard Center, Bridgeport, CT. Graduating: Officer Alexander Johnson, Marcello Lima, and Alec Rodriguez. Chief Boyne was an honored guest and spoke to the graduating class. He and LT. Covello witnessed the Oath of Office and Chief Boyne presented their certificates of basic training completion, while each officer thereafter was pinned with their badges by one of their respective loved ones. Chief Boyne also sends his sincerest gratitude to Police Chief Armando J. Perez and the City of Bridgeport for allowing the Town of New Milford to utilize their training program to accomplish this minimum work force preservation objective.

The New Milford Police Department would like congratulate two of our recently hired officers on their graduation today from the Connecticut Police Academy. The ceremony was held at the Welte Hall, Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut. Pictured from left: Sergeant Massicotte, Officer Kabasakalian, Officer Legan, and Chief Boyne.

This website does not contain information on all types of warrants. The warrant information contained in this website is for information purposes only in an effort to serve the interest of the public. It is recommended that you do not attempt to take action against anyone based on information contained in this website. If you think there is a threat right now to a person or property, you can call 911. If you think that non emergent help is needed right away, you can call the police department at 860-355-3133, or provide information anonymously at tips@newmilfordpolice.org. Information about outstanding warrants will not appear on this page if (A) there is a reason to believe posting information about the warrant might endanger the safety of any person, or (B) the warrant was issued in a youthful offender proceeding. Additional warrant information can be researched at: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/VOP/VOPEnterParm1.aspx

On September 17, 2018 in the E. Paul Martin room of the New Milford Town Hall, Officer Frank Masi, a police officer in this community since September 16, 2013, was recommended for promotion to sergeant by Chief Shawn M. Boyne, and authorized by Mayor Pete Bass, after successful completion of a competitive examination Officer Masi has previous law enforcement experience with another Connecticut municipality, and is a welcomed member to the supervisory staff, with many of his new and former peers in attendance at the ceremony. Sergeant Masi will be assigned to the evening shift at the department. We wish him great success. Pictured from Left: Newly promoted Sergeant Masi, Sergeant Masicotte, Chief Boyne, and LT. Covello. Mayor Bass is also pictured welcoming guests and extending a heartfelt thank you to citizens, Sergeant Masi and numerous officers in attendance.

This website does not contain information on all types of warrants. The warrant information contained in this website is for information purposes only in an effort to serve the interest of the public. It is recommended that you do not attempt to take action against anyone based on information contained in this website. If you think there is a threat right now to a person or property, you can call 911. If you think that non emergent help is needed right away, you can call the police department at 860-355-3133, or provide information anonymously at tips@newmilfordpolice.org. Information about outstanding warrants will not appear on this page if (A) there is a reason to believe posting information about the warrant might endanger the safety of any person, or (B) the warrant was issued in a youthful offender proceeding. Additional warrant information can be researched at: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/VOP/VOPEnterParm1.aspx

This Hyundai key fob was found at the Young's Field Road park on Monday, September 3rd at approximately 2:00 PM. If anyone lost this key fob please contact Officer Smith at 860-355-3133.

On September 3, 2018 Sergeant Massicotte, Officer Syan, Officer Parziale and Officer Deitz assisted the Bridgeport Police Academy with scenarios involving domestic violence calls for service, motor vehicle stops and crowd control. Marcello Lima, Alec Rodriguez and Alexander Johnson are three (3) of our newest hires and are due to graduate from the Bridgeport Police Academy on September 21, 2018.

This website does not contain information on all types of warrants. The warrant information contained in this website is for information purposes only in an effort to serve the interest of the public. It is recommended that you do not attempt to take action against anyone based on information contained in this website. If you think there is a threat right now to a person or property, you can call 911. If you think that non emergent help is needed right away, you can call the police department at 860-355-3133, or provide information anonymously at tips@newmilfordpolice.org. Information about outstanding warrants will not appear on this page if (A) there is a reason to believe posting information about the warrant might endanger the safety of any person, or (B) the warrant was issued in a youthful offender proceeding. Additional warrant information can be researched at: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/VOP/VOPEnterParm1.aspx

On 08/29/2018, at approximately 5:06 a.m. a vehicle was stolen from Bostwick Place in New Milford. The vehicle was later recovered in Danbury off of Nabby Road, near Stew Leonards. If anyone has any information about the identity of the depicted male, please contact Officer Deitz #456 or the New Milford Police Department TIPS line.

The New Milford Police Department would like to thank the MTA Police Department Canine division for inviting our Patrol and Narcotics Canines to train at their brand new state of the art canine training facility. New Milford Police K9 Officer Lafond and K9 Officer Williams and their canine partners K-9 Kira and K-9 Drake were able to use the facility to sniff for drugs, perform building searches and practice tracking. The 17,000 square foot facility, which opened in 2016, sits on a 72 Acre campus in Stormville NY. An unlimited number of training scenarios can be created utilizing the training rooms, lockers, cars, buses and even a decommissioned train located on the property.

Please take the time to see how we can now receive notifications of emergencies from citizens by way of texting…

As part of the Police Officers Standards and Training Council 871 hours of requirements for basic police officer certification, trainees are required to undergo many Practical Police Skills training hours to include but not limited to; Less than Lethal, Police Baton Training, OC Pepper Spray, Handcuffing, and Physical Combatant Skills. Pictured teaching the current Municipal Training Class Defensive Tactics, including New Milford Police Departments two most recently hired officers, is New Milford Police Officers Instructors Off. Vincent Parziale and Off. keith April.

On 08/19/2018 an ATM fraud complaint involving the illegal use of an ATM stolen card from a New Milford resident was reported to this agency. We are requesting the community’s help in identifying the male subject in bank surveillance photos. The case is being investigated by Officer Palmer who can be reached at 860-355-3133, or information may be sent anonymously by way of our tips email at tips@newmilfordpolice.org