GPD COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 and Filing for Civil Orders of Protection Electronically  

COVID 19 Civil Order

Civil Orders of Protections During the COVID-19 Pandemic  06-09-2020

COVID-19 Fraud Protection Flyer 

Strategic Targeted Outreach Program  S.T.O.P. COVID-19 Fraud

Homeland Security COVID-19 Scam Information Flyer

The flyer is accessible via Greenwich Police News Flash

COVID-19 SCAM Alert 4-10-2020

COVID-19 Scam Protection

FBI- Don’t Fall Victim to COVID-19 Scams

COVID-19 Update 4-2-2020

Public Fingerprinting is postponed until further notice.

COVID-19 Update 3-18-2020

Non-Emergency Calls for Police Service

The Greenwich Police Department is altering how non-emergency calls for service are handled in response to the COVID-19 crisis. These measures are designed to minimize exposure to our officers while trying to maintain our standard of high-quality service to the Greenwich community.

Nothing will change in our response to an emergency or 911 calls for service. The Greenwich Police Department will continue to provide the same professional and expert response the residents of Greenwich have come to expect.

You may notice some temporary changes as to how we deliver our police services during the COVID-19 crisis.

A police officer may not be sent to your location to take a complaint about a non-emergency, non-violent, or past event. Instead, a Public Safety Dispatcher will gather basic information from you when you call and then advise you that a police officer will shortly call you back for a follow-up investigation. If the officer needs to come to your location, we will be attempting to have all contact outside while we try to maintain proper social distancing. This temporary procedure will not have any effect on the report documentation or further investigation.

When within close social distances with an officer, the officer may be wearing a face mask and or eye protection.

We are not reducing the number of officers patrolling the Town of Greenwich. However, the officers assigned to traffic direction on Greenwich Avenue will be re-deployed to headquarters to handle the non-emergency calls for service, to provide a marked patrol in the Central Greenwich business district, and to backfill other requirements.

We will continue to provide superior law enforcement services. These adjustments are only temporary as we are prioritizing services critical to ensuring public safety during the COVID-19 crisis.

We are in this together and we will continue to be here for all your public safety matters. Please continue to practice social distancing and to heed the direction given by our Town of Greenwich, State, and Federal leaders. Visit the Town of Greenwich website for all updated information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) at .

COVID-19 Update 3-16-2020 

Greenwich Police Services Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

In accordance with the Declaration of Local State of Emergency made by First Selectman Fred Camillo, effective immediately and until further notice, the following services provided by the Greenwich Police Department will be postponed:

•Public Use of the Public Safety Complex

•All Ride-A-Longs

•All in-person Juvenile Review Board sessions

•Building Tours

•Public Speaking Engagements

•Internship programs

•April High School Women’s Self Defense Class

•In-person Citizens and Police Partnership meetings

Public Fingerprinting is postponed until further notice. More information to follow at a later date.

The Greenwich Police Department General Services Division will be having changes made to the schedules of the staff. Please contact 203-622-8024 before responding to the Public Safety Complex for the following:

•Request for Police Reports

•Letters of Good Conduct

•Records Checks

Please contact the Office of the Chief of Police at 203-622-8010 for information relating to Connecticut Pistol Permits before coming to the Public Safety Complex.

Chief Heavey regrets having to postpone these programs and services. The department is limiting access to the Public Safety Complex to preserve the department’s ability to provide critical public safety services to the community.