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Honoring Sgt Brian Mohl, of the CT State Police
On September 2nd, 2021, after 25 years of service, Sgt Mohl lost his life in the line of duty, swept away in his cruiser during the recent heavy flooding, while trying to protect his community. Col. Stavros Mellekas, Commanding Officer of the State Police reported that Sgt Mohl was working near Jacks Bridge Road, in Woodbury, when he radioed at 3:30 a.m. to report his cruiser was caught in swift floodwater and that he needed help. “He dedicated his career and his life...

Happy Fourth of July!
Happy Independence day! July 4th marks the day the United States officially became its own nation. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776—and thus, America was born. Here are a few interesting facts with which you can impress your friends at the barbecue: Some colonists celebrated Independence Day during the summer of 1776 by putting on mock funerals for King George III of England—symbolizing the death of the Crown’s rule on America. The...

Torch Run 2021
Officers from the Wilton and Ridgefield Police Departments and Bridgeport Corrections gathered on 6/18/21 for the annual Torch Run that benefits Special Olympics Connecticut. The Law Enforcement Torch Run is endorsed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and is one of the largest events to raise public awareness in support of the Special Olympics.  A big thank you to all the officers who participated!

National Police Week 2021: May 9 - May 15
We can choose hatred or we can choose love. We can choose war or we can choose peace. We can choose antagonism or we can choose compassion. These are personal choices, based on personal opinions and beliefs, but reality is made of facts. And facts are that there are hundreds of thousands of men and women, across the country, who have chosen to risk their lives to serve their communities, as many before them have chosen to do.  Those men and women wear a uniform and a badge.  On ...

NYPD Ofc Anastasios Tsakos - EOW 4/27/2021
The members of the Wilton Police Union join the Tsakos family in the mourning of their beloved Anastasios. NYPD officer Anastasios Tsakos was directing traffic after a crash when he was struck by a drunk driver. Ofc Tsakos was a son, a brother, a husband, and a father, and a 14 year veteran with NYPD. Ofc Tsakos leaves his wife, a 6 year old daughter, and a 3 year old son. His neighbors described him as a family man, a hardworking person, somebody who was always ready to lend a hand to help ...

First Responders, Community, And COVID-19
A Global Pandemic has forced a majority of our community to stay indoors and take preventive measures in order to ensure that we keep our families safe and healthy. This means sweeping changes are taking place all over the nation on a daily basis, while times like this can feel like our world has turned upside down we assure you that the one thing you can count on is your local Law Enforcement standing by you as vigilant as ever. We work around the clock no matter the circumstance to ke...