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EMERGENCY SERVICES Police, fire and Ambulance Emergencies — 911 Police, routine calls, 203-426-5841 or 203-270-4255 Ambulance, routine calls, 203-270-4380 state Police troop A Barracks in southbury, 203-267-2200 or 800-376-1554 danbury Hospital, 203-739-7000 New milford Hospital, 860-355-2611 Emergency Communications Center Located at 3 Main Street, the center is staffed by two dispatchers around the clock, seven days a week. The center dispatches police, fire, and ambulance calls. All Emergency 911 calls are received and dispatched there. The center provides the town’s Code Red and Smart 911 services. director of Emergency Communications Maureen A. Will, 203-270-4296; e-mail: dispatchers John Adams Elizabeth Cain Michele Geriak Kevin Marchard Bob Nute

Jennifer Barocsi Ryan Doyle Claudia Ibarra Jamie Nisbet John Fellin (part time)

Police Commission/traffic Authority Chairman Joel Faxon, Vice Chairman Brian Budd, Joel Faxon, Andrew Sachs, Dan Rosenthal, Robert Myer. The Police Commission creates and implements regulations for the police department. The agency appoints, promotes, suspends, and removes members of the police department, as

needed. The commission meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the conference room, lower level, at 3 Main Street. Newtown Police department Town Hall South, 3 Main Street; 203-426-5841 or 203-270-4255 Chief, 203-270-4256 Captain, 203-270-4233 Patrol Division, 203-426-5841 Detective Division, 203-426-5841 School Resource Officer, 203-270-4238 or 203-270-4229 Youth Officer, 203-270-4239 Records Division, 203-270-4254 Officers James Viadero, chief Joe Rios, captain/executive officer Christopher Vanghele, operations lieutenant David Kullgren, administrative services lieutenant Richard Robinson, technical services lieutenant Aaron Bahamonde, administrative sergeant detective division Joseph Joudy, detective Jason Frank, detective Daniel McAnaspie, detective Liam Seabrook, school resource officer William Chapman, school resource officer Patrol division supervisors Doug Wisentaner, patrol sergeant (continued on page 26)

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Guide To Newtown 2016  

Guide To Newtown 2016

Guide To Newtown 2016  

Guide To Newtown 2016