Some of the programs we offer are:
- Senior citizen crime prevention and post victimization programs. This program
focuses on senior citizen trends with regards to crime waves against seniors.
Specific initiatives are implemented to supplement and help seniors overcome
fear of crime that may target them, while arming them with effective
Ė Home and business security assessments to prevent vulnerabilities. Practical
and useful information to heighten security consciousness, and create an
effective, target hardened environment designed to resist crime opportunist.
Highlighting current and past trends of I.D. thefts and scams carried out by
criminals. Discussions geared toward reducing victimization and increasing
knowledge. Proven techniques taught to reduce your chances of becoming a target
Drug resistance program taught by certified D.A.R.E. officers to school students
Young adult program involving training based on sound modern police practices.
Each student mirrors the training received by certified police officers. The
program also helps instill confidence, which prepares todayís youth toward a
Fairfield Police citizenís
10 week program designed to get a glimpse at police life within the police
department. Provides deep insight into the relationship between law enforcement
and the community it serves. Classes include presentations by all divisions of
the police department. This course is designed to give the citizen student a
chance to see life through the eyes of police personnel.
a telephone welfare check reminder for senior citizens.
the system will check on the well being of seniors that live home.
Neighborhoods watch Net-
a comprehensive crime prevention program intended to educate the community on
matters of safety, emergency management and crime prevention. Team leaders are
developed and thoroughly informed on important matters, regarding specific
problem areas in your neighborhood, with the goal of effectively educating the
public, resulting in a safer, security minded environment.
meetings engaging topics of interest and or concerns to the citizens with
regards to crime, safety, etc. These meetings are designed to engage the public
in serious discussions involving community problems or changes with regards to
police services rendered. These can include any member of the police department
including the Chief and Deputy Chief of Police.
interest group tours-
tours arranged through public affairs that highlight the work of the police
department. Emphasis placed on the different functions throughout the department
that result in police services to the community.
A widespread job shadowing by a student with a member of the police department
intended to prepare the student in all aspects of law enforcement. Each student
gets to spend time within all areas of the department.
facts TV show-
A cable show providing timely, relevant information on hot topics in the police
community as well as general information to educate the public with respect to
citizen curiosity and concerns.
A comprehensive telephone alert system which can pinpoint any neighborhood or
the entire town and convey important information in cases of emergencies
affecting said neighborhood. All messages are prerecorded and sent directly to
you via telephone and has the unique capability of leaving a voice message on
your telephone answering machine. This function is overseen by the Support
These cards are styled after the famous baseball cards. Each card features a
member of the police department and includes information that defines the
officer. It concludes with a personal message targeted for our youth.
A program intended to get our officers to integrate more effectively with the
community. These officers are trained to maneuver their bicycle on all terrains,
and can frequently be found in places such as the beaches as well as the
downtown and shopping areas of Fairfield. This function is overseen by the
auction car ride-
In the spirit of giving, this community fundraiser helps groupís raise money by
auctioning off a police car ride. All proceeds go to the charity of choice.
The Fairfield police web site is provided so the community can access useful
information regarding police services and includes a spot where one can lodge a
request or a complaint. It also contains a directory of all personnel and
divisions. This function is overseen by the Support Services Bureau.
Child Safety Seat Installations
For information on any of the above
programs call 203-254-4829.
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