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WATERBURY POLICE ANNOUNCE FALL CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY
The Waterbury Police Department will host their Fall 2016 Citizens Police Academy, September 20th – November 8th. This eight week program will be held on Tuesday 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 the 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 eight week session, 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. To receive an application please contact Officer Andrea Carr at (203)574-6962 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Class size is restricted to first 20 participants, so please return your applications as quickly as possible.
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The Community Relations Division will be hosting our monthly car seat fitting clinic Friday, 5/ 17/2013, from 1:00-3pm, at the AMR Ambulance garage, located at 117 East Aurora St in Waterbury. Certified car seat safety technicians will be on hand to check for proper fitting/installation of your new or existing seat(s). No appointment necessary. If you have any question please call the Community Relations Division at (203)574-6962.
Bringing unwanted, unused, or expired pharmaceuticals to the pharmaceutical drop box is an important step in keeping your family and community safe. Keeping these substances in your home can lead to a number of potential problems.
If you properly dispose of pharmaceuticals, you will help keep prescription drugs out of the hands of drug abusers.
The risk of accidental poisoning is another great reason to remove unwanted, unused, or expired pharmaceuticals from your home. Approximately 95% children (age 5 or younger) accidentally poisoned by pharmaceuticals did so through self-discovery and self-ingestion. Keep your family safe by storing current medications in a safe, secure place and by properly disposing of unused, unwanted, or expired Medications at the Waterbury Police Department Medical Drop Box.
The following is acceptable to be placed into the Medication Drop Box: