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Bunnell Highlights Police Achievements

Montville Police handled 4,571 incidents in 2011

The Montville Police Department’s annual report, given by Lt. Leonard Bunnell to the Public Service Commission recently, highlights the department’s achievements and statistics for the 2010-2011 fiscal year.

Officers’ achievements include:

Officer Karen Moorehead

Successful continuation of the DARE program, including graduating 218 fifth-grade students from the program.

Officer Addison Saffioti

Chosen as Montville’s Police Officer of the Year, Saffioti handled 68 DWI investigations and helped deliver a baby.

Detective Radford and Officer Joseph Miller

Participated in “Officer in the Classroom” at Palmer Academy. The program brings police officers into the classrooms of at-risk students, educating them on life experiences, from a police officer’s perspective.

Officer Gregg Jacobson

Running the boat patrol, Jacobson conducted 187 stops on Gardner Lake, issuing 21 infractions, 66 written warnings, and performing 100 safety inspections and 10 assists.

Resident Trooper Sgt. Michael Collins and Jacobson continued the Neighborhood Watch program, and started the Montville Watch Facebook page.

Department activity included:

  • 14,571 incidents
  • 7,393 service reports
  • 1,193 investigations
  • 718 written warnings for motor vehicle violations
  • 3,229 summonses
  • 626 arrests
  • 504 motor vehicle accidents
  • 161 DWI arrests
markedward January 13, 2012 at 05:28 PM
is the person who write about the independent police deprtment right?
frances sylvia January 13, 2012 at 06:34 PM
Good job! I'm very thankful to have the Montville Police nearby and for participating in our schools.
William Rodenburg January 16, 2012 at 11:15 PM
GOOD JOB.

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