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Photo - Down electrical wires: Waterford Police are responding to numerous calls for down electrical wires due to the storm. The areas effected so far are Braman Road, third Avenue, shore road and Niantic River Road. Please use caution and do not approach or touch any wires that may be down. Emergency crews are being contacted and will be responding.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 21:03:37 -0400

Photo - The Safety Group and Jordan Fire Company are doing a free car seat clinic this Saturday 10/25/2014 at Jordan Firehouse 89 Rope Ferry Road in Waterford from 1-3 pm. Stop by and have your car seat checked out to make sure your children are safe when you are driving.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 19:51:07 -0400

Photo - Larceny suspect -Bob's Stores- public assistance needed, please share and like. On 10/21/14 the female in the pictures is suspected of shoplifting from Bob’s Stores in Waterford, Connecticut. When approached by loss prevention, she ran from them and got into a tan older model Buick or Pontiac and drove away. If you know who this female is, contact officer Spearrin at rspearrin@waterfordct.org, or here on Facebook Messenger. Reference case # 2014-02142. Please share this post, as always we appreciate it.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:04:05 -0400

Photo - High Speed Rural Road Grant results Waterford Police recently participated in a CT DOT Highway Safety, Federally Funded, FY 2014 High Risk Rural Roads - Speed Enforcement Campaign. Between July 22 & September 26, WPD scheduled 22 Extra Duty 4 hour Patrol, focusing on speed violations during morning, noon, and evening “Peak Traffic Hours” primarily on Collector on Local Roads. Even though rural and neighborhood roads don’t carry the volume of arterial, state and federal expressways and limited access highways, speeding is often a contributing factor in a high percentage of accidents along these roads, and is a significant concern and quality of life issue for the residents who live, walk, ride, and recreate along or near these lower volume roads. In addition to the violations enforced by Regular Assigned Patrol Officers, these 22 Extra Duty Rush Hour Patrol Officers wrote additional Citations for 145 Motor Vehicle Violations to include: 106 Speeding, 11 Safety Belt, 5 Cell phone/Distracted Driving, 1 Uninsured Motorist, and 22 other various Motor Vehicle Operator and Equipment Violations. Extra Duty Officers also made 2 Motor Vehicle Stop Drug Arrests, as well as issuing over 100 Written and Verbal Warnings for lesser Motor Vehicle violations.
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:00:01 -0400

In behalf of my family I would like to thank the waterford police department and a special thanks to officer Viens for all your hard work and effort in finding my uncle Martin, words cannot express our gratitude!
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 09:34:24 -0400

Photo - Missing person located - Martin Brunner The missing person from last night's post, Martin Brunner, has been located, he is safe and sound. Thank you to all who shared our post, as a result of your efforts, about 4,000 people saw this on Facebook, along with numerous others in other mediums. This is why we engaged in Facebook to begin with, to involve our community. We appreciate your help!
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 09:13:57 -0400

Mon, 20 Oct 2014 05:49:00 -0400

Photo - Painting by the Corrigan-Radgowski outside detail crew. The Chief's office entrance was painted by the Corrigan-Radgowski outside detail crew last week. We have detailed in the past the outstanding work the Corrigan-Radgowski outside detail crew does for the Waterford Police Department, this is another example of that. Corrections Officer Jesse Long arrived with two inmates, and they prepped and painted the room in about 4 hours. As always, we appreciate their efforts, and thank Warden Erfe for allowing them to give back to the communities in the region.
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 08:17:07 -0400

The day wrote about the Waterford Police Department's use of social media and our web page/crime map, along with some of the Board of Education's use of technology. We are going to be starting up our own app soon for those with smart phones. What other ways can we reach out to you, our community, to let you know what's going on with your local Police Department?
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 16:01:51 -0400

Thu, 16 Oct 2014 14:34:27 -0400