Arrests and Police Reports in Greenwich City, CT
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Wrong-Way Drunk Driver Crashes Into Several Cars, Connecticut State Police Say
A Connecticut man driving the wrong way and under the influence struck several cars overnight, according to state police.
Troopers responded to a report of a wrong-way driver traveling north in the south lanes on I-91 in North Haven just before 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16.
While responding, it w…Read More
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A Connecticut man was arrested after allegedly robbing a Dunkin Donuts at knifepoint. The robbery took place around 4:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 11, in Windham County, in Killingly. According to…Read More
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A Connecticut woman has been arrested after becoming unruly at a TGI Friday's allegedly throwing glasses and punching a restaurant employee while drunk. Wisdom South, age 25, of New Haven, …Read More
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A woman was killed during a fire at an apartment building that started in a third-floor unit in Connecticut. The blaze began around 8:20 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 14, at the complex located at 9…Read More
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Detectives have arrested a Connecticut man on numerous drug charges following a lengthy investigation. New Haven County resident Saldi Hyska, age 23, of Seymour, turned himself in to Connec…Read More
Greenwich Police Department
The Greenwich Police Department, acting without fear or favor, will strive to provide superior law enforcement and public services in cooperation with its community. The Department will actively promote an environment that encourages independent judgment and allows its employees to attain the highest levels of professional achievement.
Service – We recognize that our chosen profession requires us to put the welfare of the public; our peers and subordinates; and that of the organization before ourselves.
Respect – We value all persons; recognize that our diversity strengthens us and celebrate it; remember our past and the sacrifices of others made on our behalf, and willfully subjugate ourselves to the rule of law.
Courage – We will always face difficult situations with confidence, determination, and bravery and shall never shrink from the responsibility to do what is right because of physical fear, lack of will, or mental trepidation.
Fairness – We must always act in a way that is just, ethical, equitable, honest, and transparent never displaying favoritism or allowing prejudice or undue influence to color our professional decisions.
Diligence – We will selflessly apply ourselves in duty to the community and devotion to each other with both persistent industry and steadfast vigor.
We are currently accepting applications for entry-level Police Officer. The deadline to apply is Nov. 1st at 4:00 pm.
Greenwich Police Department Tri-fold Brochure
Detective Michael Rooney receives the Greenwich Police Department Officer of the Month recognition for his Diligence and Professionalism.
Detective Michael Rooney receives the Greenwich Police Department Officer of the Month recognition for his exceptional police work.
In August 2021, the Greenwich Police Department was made aware that an adult male school worker was sending inappropriate text messages to a 13-year-old student. The suspect, aware that the original recipient was a 13-year-old female, attempted to entice the juvenile to engage in illegal sexual activity.
Detective Michael Rooney was assigned to investigate the case. Detective Rooney conducted a complex and sensitive investigation expertly and professionally and ensured that an alleged sexual predator in the community will face justice.
While many were involved in this investigation, Det. Rooney acted above and beyond the call of duty to bring this case to a successful conclusion.
Detective Rooney is commended for his diligence and professionalism. His actions bring great credit to himself and the Greenwich Police Department.
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How We Police and Engage with Our Community
The Greenwich Police Department strives to improve the services we provide to the citizens of Greenwich. One way we stay up to date with our Constitutional Policing is to train our Officers in the most current and best-recommended practices for law enforcement. One of the training strategies we have been following for the past few years is the training program established by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) called Integrating Communications and Tactics, ICAT.
“ICAT is a training program that provides first responding police officers with the tools, skills, and options they need to successfully and safely defuse a range of critical incidents. Developed by PERF with input from hundreds of police professionals from across the United States, ICAT takes the essential building blocks of critical thinking, crisis intervention, communications, and tactics, and puts them together in an integrated approach to training.” – PERF ICAT Training Guide
ICAT is designed especially for situations involving persons who are unarmed or are armed with weapons other than firearms, and who may be experiencing mental health or other crisis.
Officers Max Rinaldi and Chris Wallace are the Greenwich Police Department’s trainers in this effective program. News Center of Maine covered the trainer session they attended in July 2021, To watch the piece follow the provided link - Newscentermaine.org. Officer Rinaldi is the Officer on the right of the screen in the blue shirt at the 47-second mark.
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News Flash & Latest information from the Greenwich Police Department
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Greenwich Police News Flash
The Greenwich Police Department is under the responsibility of the First Selectman in his role as Police Commissioner. Operational leadership and direction lie with the Chief of Police who is charged with the protection of life and property, the preservation of public peace, the prevention and detection of crime, the apprehension of offenders, and the enforcement of state and local laws and ordinances, as well as a myriad of calls for service that the Police Department handles on a daily basis. In the fiscal year 2020 to 2021, the Greenwich Police responded to 41,000 calls for service.
The Police Department continues to present its unmatched level of services both as a law enforcer and a community service provider. Our crime clearance rates are above the national averages (in almost every instance - well above) in all mandatory Uniform Crime Report categories.
Emergency Operations Center
The Town’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is housed in the Police Department in support of a unified command response by all departments of the Town of Greenwich. Several exercises have been conducted to prepare the community’s leadership in the event of a disaster and the EOC has been utilized for several actual weather-related responses.
The Police Department continues to serve the entire municipality by hosting meetings within our Public Safety Complex for various public and private groups. This greater access has served to further demystify the Police Department and its members to the public while furthering our community policing initiatives and public/private partnerships.
The Police Department has many events where the police and public can meet together in a non-law enforcement setting.
Police Day Open House, Citizen’s Police Academy, Coffee with a Cop, and several other outreach programs are offered by the Department to bring the police and the community together for dialogue and fellowship.
Crime continues to be at low rates and is absolutely an integral part of the desirability to live in Greenwich.
Chief Heavey is a co-chair on the Greenwich Together, Prevention Council. Please follow the link to their website to learn steps on preventing prescription drug misuse. Greenwich Prevention Council- Rx Drug Misuse Prevention
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Man Charged In Connection With 2018 CVS Burglary: Greenwich PD
Approximately $2,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from a CVS in Riverside in June 2018, police said.
2 Men Accused Of Burglary, Trespassing At Round Hill Club: Police
Greenwich Police said the men took a license plate from a car at the club, as well as personal items from another car on the property.
Greenwich Man Admits Making False Statement On Immigration Matter
Patricio Milinik faces a maximum prison term of five years, according to prosecutors.
Man Charged With Attempted Sexual Assault Of Minor: Greenwich PD
A 36-year-old Massachusetts man was arrested in Greenwich on Oct. 3, according to the Greenwich Police Department.
Man Accused Of Selling Cocaine: Greenwich Police
Jorden Young, 24, was charged with selling narcotic substances, according to the Greenwich Police Department.
Road Rage Assault In Old Greenwich Leads To Arrest: Police
A road rage incident involving a motorist and a bicyclist led to an arrest of an Old Greenwich resident, police said Tuesday.
Christopher Von Keyserling Sentenced In Sex Assault Case
The former Greenwich Representative Town Meeting member was sentenced on Tuesday.
Greenwich Man Accused Of Identity Theft: Police
Police said the identity theft and larceny occurred between January and March of this year.
Cops Stop Attempted Break-In On Greenwich Avenue: Police
Police said the attempted break-in occurred at a Greenwich Avenue apartment on Monday night.
Deadly Car Crash In Old Greenwich Under Investigation: Police
Police said one person was killed in a car accident Saturday night in the area of 1700 E. Putnam Ave. in Old Greenwich.
Man Accused Of ID Theft, Stealing Credit Cards: Greenwich PD
The Greenwich Police Department has charged a New York man in connection with an identity theft investigation.
4 Cars Stolen On Sept. 20, Most Recovered Elsewhere: Greenwich PD
The Greenwich Police Department is urging residents to lock their car doors and take their belongings with them.
Greenwich Detective Receives August 'Officer Of The Month' Award
Det. Michael Rooney received the award for his work on an attempted sex crimes case in August.
Man Who Kidnapped Ex-Girlfriend, Put Her in Suitcase Sentenced
Javier Da Silva kidnapped his ex-girlfriend Valerie Reyes and put her in a suitcase in January 2019. She was later found dead in Greenwich.
Car Thefts, Larcenies Continue To Plague Greenwich: Police
Police are urging residents to lock their cars and take their belongings with them.
Bomb Threat Reported At Greenwich Country Club: Police
Police responded to Greenwich Country Club on Saturday on a report of a bomb threat. An investigation remains ongoing.
Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Settled By Boys & Girls Club Of Greenwich
The club paid an unknown settlement to six men who said they were sexually abused at the club as children, according to the Greenwich Time.
Greenwich Man Charged In Connection To 2018 Hit-And-Run: Police
In February 2018, police said a Greenwich man hit a telephone pole and then multiple cars while driving on Pemberwick Road.
2 Charged With Burglary, Trespassing In Backcountry: Greenwich PD
Greenwich Police said two people were charged after they were found in a foreclosed backcountry home.
Cause Of Fire In Old Greenwich Under Investigation: GFD
The fire in a detached garage in Old Greenwich was put under control in about 30 minutes, the fire department said.
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