In an effort to limit the spread of the Coronavirus and to reduce the risks of exposure to the public and to all of the Town’s First Responders as they maintain the safety of our community, the Woodbridge Police Department will be temporarily adjusting protocols.
As always, please be assured that all of the Town’s First Responders will continue to provide a swift and immediate response to all police, fire, and medical related emergencies.
Callers requesting assistance should expect to be asked a series of questions by the Dispatcher, which will assist in screening potential risks of exposure in order to prepare and advise responding personnel.
For non-emergency calls, the Police Department will be accepting case contact information over the phone. Callers can expect an officer to call them back shortly to discuss the issue and determine if an “in-person” police response is necessary, or if the report information can be taken over the phone.
In the event that an “in-person” response is made, the caller may be asked to meet the first responder outside of the house/ premise upon their arrival, and only when practical and able to do so.
Access to the Police Department’s interior lobby is being restricted to avoid citizens’ contact with surfaces that may transmit the virus.
All public requests for civilian fingerprinting are suspended.
The non-emergency number to contact the Police Department is (203) 387-2511.
Public requests for reports, etc. can be coordinated through Records Clerk by telephone (203) 387-2511, (ext. 124), or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We thank you for your patience, cooperation, and sense of community as we work together to maintain a safe and healthy environment.