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Video - Suspects in a physical altercation at Work Out World, public assistance needed for identification. Please like and share. The Waterford Police Department is looking to identify the two male subjects in the video below. Subject #1 was described as a Hispanic male, who was approximately 5’4” tall and 170 lbs., with acne on his face and wearing a yellow jersey t-shirt and blue shorts. Subject #2 was described as a Hispanic male, who was approximately 5’4” tall with a stocky build, with tattoos on both of his arms and wearing a yellow jersey t-shirt and red shorts. The male subjects were involved in a physical altercation with another subject at Work Out World, which is located at 6 Fargo RD, on March 18, 2015. If you know who these people are, please contact us on Facebook via direct message or contact Officer Fredricks #64 at efredricks@waterfordct.org or at 860-442-9451, please reference case #2015-00408
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:54:54 -0400


Photo - Larceny suspect - please share. On Friday, March 20, 2015, WPD responded to the BJ’s Club on Cross Road. The subject pictured allegedly stole a BOSE Solo 10 Speaker and fled the store without paying for the item. He fled the scene in a light blue vehicle which was missing the rear bumper. The first three of the Connecticut registration is either QAE or 0AE. We are attempting to identify the subject in this photograph. Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Bunce #46, at 860-442-9451, jbunce@waterfordct.org, or via FB Messenger. Again, please share if you would.
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 06:53:49 -0400


Photo - Throw Back Thursday - 2004 Washington DC Police Memorial. Shown is a photo from 2004, with numerous members of the Waterford, Montville, Ledyard, and New London Police Department at the Police Memorial in Washington DC. This group of Officers was there to honor the memory of Joseph Sachetello, a Montville Officer killed in the line of duty while responding to a domestic call. This tradition continues each year, with numerous local Officers traveling to Washington DC to pay their respects. Several Waterford Officers have already reserved time to travel to the memorial this year.
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 15:45:10 -0400


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Thu, 26 Mar 2015 15:14:33 -0400


Photo - Last night at the Citizen's Academy- Last night participants had a session on Use of Force. LT. Burton and Youth Officer Whitehead were the instructors while Officer Nickerson "volunteered" to get hit with a Taser for the benefit of those in attendance. In the pictures, you will see participants striking the bag as they learn about police batons. You will also see Officer Nickerson at the moment the Taser activates on him.
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 06:57:21 -0400


Photo - Larceny suspect, public assistance needed for identification. Please like and share. The Waterford Police Department is looking to identify the male subject wearing the orange vest and hat in the picture below. This male subject is a suspect for shoplifting incidents at the Waterford Walmart and various other Walmarts throughout Connecticut. If you know who this person is, please contact us on Facebook via direct message or contact Officer Fredricks #64 at efredricks@waterfordct.org or at 860-442-9451, please reference case #2015-00184
Tue, 24 Mar 2015 20:35:58 -0400


Photo - New Waterford Police Department Traffic Officer. Officer Todd O'Connell was appointed as the newest Waterford Police Departmrnt Traffic Officer, taking over for the newly retired Traffic Officer David Anderson. Officer O'Connell is shown working on a high visibility patrol grant in his new office. If you have traffic related issues, including speeding, site lines, abandoned cars, etc, please direct them to Traffic Officer O'Connell at his email at toconnell@waterfordct.org, or via phone at 860-442-9451, extension 2314. Please wish Traffic Officer O'Connell good luck in his new position!
Mon, 23 Mar 2015 19:39:35 -0400


Photo - TEN LITTLE POLICE CHIEFS by Robert M. Haig. Available on Amazon, Kindle and Nook Press. First place winner of the 2014 Public Safety Writers Association writing competition. Follow Sergeant Robert Haig, veteran of the Detroit Police Department, on his law enforcement journey. Starting with the civil service test, ride along for almost three decades of patrol in the city that was once labeled as the ""Murder Capitol of the World"" Experience not only the raw street stories, but also the department and city politics that contributed to the deterioration of a once proud law enforcement team. For a signed copy contact me direct at roberthaig165@yahoo.com
Sun, 22 Mar 2015 15:48:13 -0400


Photo - Congratulations to newly promoted Deputy Chief Pat Daley of the Norwich Police Department.
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 07:38:28 -0400


Photo - Route One is now open.
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 17:22:43 -0400