Greenwich Police Department

  1. Detective Ryan Beattie is GPD Officer of the Month

    Detective Ryan Beatie is named the Greenwich Police Department Officer of the Month for his Excellent Police Work identifying the suspect in a sexual assault investigation. Read on...
  2. Burglary Prevention Tips

    The three L’s of crime prevention: Lights, Locks & the Law. Light up your residence, Lock your doors at all times and call the Greenwich Police Department when you see something suspicious. Read on...
  3. Mail Theft Prevention Tips

    The Town of Greenwich has seen increased reports of stolen checks from mailboxes. Here are some tips to help[ avoid being a victim. Read on...
  4. Two Arrested Attempting to Sell Two Kilos of Fentanyl

    The Greenwich Police arrested two subjects from Massachusetts for the sale of fentanyl. Read on...
  5. Cold Weather Safety for Adults

    When the temperature drops, older adults run a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the weather. Read on...
  6. How We Police

    The Greenwich Police Department strives to improve our services to the citizens of Greenwich. Read on...
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Over 125 Years of Service to the Community

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Click on the image above to watch a video detailing the history of the Greenwich Police Department.

Mission Statement

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The Greenwich Police Department, acting without fear or favor, will strive to provide superior law enforcement and public services in cooperation with its community. The Department will actively promote an environment that encourages independent judgment and allows its employees to attain the highest levels of professional achievement.

Core Values

Service – We recognize that our chosen profession requires us to put the public's welfare, our peers and subordinates, and the organization before ourselves.

Respect – We value all persons; recognize that our diversity strengthens us and celebrates it; remember our past and the sacrifices others made on our behalf; and willfully subjugate ourselves to the rule of law.  

Courage – We will always face difficult situations with confidence, determination, and bravery. We shall never shrink from the responsibility to do what is right because of physical fear, lack of will, or mental trepidation. 

Fairness – We must always act in a just, ethical, equitable, honest, and transparent way, never displaying favoritism or allowing prejudice or undue influence to color our professional decisions.  

Diligence – We will selflessly apply ourselves in duty to the community and devotion to each other with persistent industry and steadfast vigor.

Jan 2023 Entry Level

The Greenwich Police Department is seeking service-oriented and dedicated individuals to take on the duties of a Greenwich Police Officer. If you want to join an agency with a clear mission, is dedicated to your development and career, and wants to work in a supportive community, join our team.

Click here on the Tri-Fold Greenwich Police Department Brochure link to learn more about the Greenwich Police Department. 

Click Here to sign up for email alerts advising when we are offering our next testing process.  Check-off Law Enforcement

Phone in One hand, Ticket in the Other

Distracted Driving

In Connecticut last year, there were over 5,400 crashes attributed to distracted driving.  Drivers need to focus on the road and not their phones or devices.  The Greenwich Police Department conducts high-visible traffic enforcement on the roadways aimed at distracted drivers.  

Parents, please remind your 16 and 17-year-old drivers they are prohibited from using a cell phone or mobile device at any time when driving, even with a hands-free accessory.  

If you have a phone in your hand while driving, expect to be stopped and issued a ticket.  $200.00 1st offense, $375.00 2nd offense, $625.00 3rd and subsequent offense. 

Domestic Violence Awareness & Domestic Abuse Services 


Domestic Violence is the most reported violent crime in Greenwich. 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime. Many of us know someone who has been a victim, and the Greenwich Police Department and the YWCA Greenwich will continue to work together to stop Domestic Violence. 

If you know anyone suffering domestic violence, please help end the silence.  Report it if you see it.  We can be reached at 911 for emergencies or at 203-622-8004 for non-emergencies. 

The YWCA of Greenwich is the only state-designated provider of domestic abuse services in Greenwich, with staff licensed to provide a variety of victim services, including immediate crisis intervention to help victims cope with physical, emotional, and psychological trauma from abuse. Please visit the YWCA of Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services for more information about their services.   

The services are free and confidential.

Protecting Children On-Line

cyber tip lineThe Greenwich Police will always work diligently to protect vulnerable members of our community from child predators. We urge parents to remain vigilant and monitor their children’s online activity and who they engage with through phone, text, email, and social media. An excellent resource a parent can use to help educate themself or their children about online threats is by visiting the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website.  

NetSmartz is NCMEC's online safety education program. It provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children to be safer online and to become more aware of potential online risks, and empower them to help prevent victimization by making safer choices on and offline.  

Identity Theft- A Recovery Plan

Visit to get detailed advice to help you fix problems caused by identity theft, along with the ability to:

  • Get a Personal Recovery Plan that walks you through each step
  • Update your plan and track your progress
  • Print pre-filled letters and forms to send to credit bureaus
  • Report to the Federal Trade Commission

Public Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting is by appointment only- Call 203-622-8024

Click here to Learn How to Obtain an Appointment

Use this link to obtain an application for a Temporary State of Connecticut Pistol Permit.  Temporary State of Connecticut Pistol Permit

Other Greenwich Police Information

Public Information

The Greenwich Police Department is under the responsibility of the First Selectman in his role as Police Commissioner. Operational leadership and direction lie with the Chief of Police, who is charged with the protection of life and property, the preservation of public peace, the prevention and detection of crime, the apprehension of offenders, and the enforcement of state and local laws and ordinances, as well as a myriad of calls for service that the Police Department handles daily. In the fiscal year 2021 to 2022, the Greenwich Police responded to 41,000 calls for service.

The Police Department continues to present its unmatched level of service as a law enforcer and a community service provider. Our crime clearance rates are above the national averages (in almost every instance - well above) in all mandatory Uniform Crime Report categories.

Community Events

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The Police Department has many events where the police and the public can meet in a non-law enforcement setting. 

2022 stuff acrusierPolice Day Open House, Citizen’s Police Academy, Coffee with a Cop, Stuff-A-Cruiser, and several other outreach programs are offered by the Department to bring the police and the community together for dialogue and fellowship.

Emergency Operations Center

The Town’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is housed in the Police Department, supporting a unified command response by all the Town of Greenwich departments. Several exercises have been conducted to prepare the community’s leadership in a disaster, and the EOC has been utilized for several actual weather-related responses.

Public Meetings

The Police Department continues to serve the entire municipality by hosting meetings within our Public Safety Complex for various public and private groups. This greater access has further demystified the Police Department and its members to the public while furthering our community policing initiatives and public/private partnerships.

3rd safest city 2020

Crime continues to be at low rates and is an integral part of the desirability to live in Greenwich.

Greenwich Prevention Council

Chief Heavey is a co-chair of the Greenwich Together Prevention Council.  Please follow the link to their website to learn steps on preventing prescription drug misuse.  Greenwich Prevention Council- Rx Drug Misuse Prevention