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The I-84 Waterbury Project involves the widening (addition of a third travel lane and full width shoulders in each direction) and safety improvements to a 4.3 Km (2.7 miles) segment of Interstate 84 from Washington Street, east to Pierpont Road in the City of Waterbury. Included in this project are the realignment of the interstate roadway in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry Road (Interchange No. 24) to eliminate the existing substandard “S” curve alignment; interchange ramp reconfiguration; State and local road construction; and the relocation of the Mad River and Beaver Pond Brook.

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The Blue Mass dates back to 1934, when over 1000 Police and Fire personnel packed St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. for the special occasion. Since the horrific events of September 11, 2001, this tradition has increased throughout the United States. The Blue Mass Provides a way for people of all faiths to come together to recognize the sacrifice of Police, Firefighters, EMS and Corrections Officers, and to remember those who have given their lives in service to our communities.
Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 11 a.m.
Cathedral of Saint Joseph
140 Farmington Ave. Hartford, CT 06105
Reception Information

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The Waterbury Police Department is hosting a Ziti dinner to benefit the Police Explorers scholarship.  The event will take place on March 29th at the Albanian-American Center located on 38 Raymond St in Waterbury between the hours of 12-5 pm.  Tickets for the event are $15. 

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Hi Friends, The Waterbury Police Department will host their 2015 Spring Citizens Police Academy, March 23rd through May 4th. This seven week program will be held on Monday evenings, from 6-8pm, in the department’s Training Division, located at 240 Bank St, across from Diorio’s restaurant. Participants will receive training in several areas, including overviews on Waterbury Police Department’s organizational structure and the function of the various police divisions. Participants will also tour the police department, while experiencing various hands on demonstrations. At the end of the seven week sessions, participants will also have the opportunity to accompany a police officer on a ride along. Applicants must be 18 years old and be a Waterbury resident, business owner, or active in the Waterbury community. Because of the sensitive nature of police work, a background check will be completed on all applicants, which includes a criminal history check, warrant check, and driver’s license status check. Applications can be picked up in the main lobby of the Waterbury Station, located at 255 East Main St, or at the Community Relations Division, 240 Bank St. Applications can also be obtained by calling your community officer at (203)574-6962, or email Officer Andrea Carr at acarr@wtbypd.org . All applications must be returned to the Relations Division by March 31st, 2015, at 4:00 pm. Applications can be returned in person, by mail, or electronically. Class size is restricted to the first 20 participants, so return your applications asap!

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Chief of Police Riddick and his command staff will be hosting a community policing and outreach forum on Friday night from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. They will be discussing interactions between the Waterbury Police and the citizens of Waterbury. After the presentation, a question and answers segment will follow. The event will take place:

Date: Friday, Feb. 20, 2015

Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Where: Reed School (33 Griggs St Waterbury, CT 06704)

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