Greenwich Police Department

  1. Certified Police Officer or State Trooper Test Announcement

    The Town of Greenwich is accepting applications from CT Certified Police Officers, Out-of-State Certified Police Officers, or State Troopers with at least two years of Police Officer/Trooper experience for employment at the Greenwich Police Department. Read on...
  2. Accepting Applications for Public Safety Dispatch Telecommunicator

    The Town of Greenwich is accepting applications for Public Safety Dispatch Telecommunicator. The application period ends on February 28, 2024, at 4:00 PM. Read on...
  3. GPD Youth Citizens Police Academy in June 2024

    GPD is now accepting applications for the 2024 Youth Citizens Police Academy. Read on...
  1. Town of Greenwich Emergency Alert System

    Residents can register to receive emergency alerts from the Town of Greenwich Emergency Management Team. The system allows the Emergency Management Team to contact thousands of residents in seconds to inform them of an emergency or crisis. Read on...
  2. 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...
  3. How We Police

    The Greenwich Police Department strives to improve our services to the citizens of Greenwich. Read on...
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Protecting Our Community, Keeping Greenwich Safe

Certified Police Officers & State Troopers

The Greenwich Police Department is excited to announce we are now accepting applications for certified CT or Out-of-State Police Officers and State Troopers.    

Applicants must have at least two years of certified experience as a Police Officer or State Trooper.  The two-year experience must have occurred after obtaining certification.  

Click here to learn more and to apply

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Entry-Level Officers

Come and Join our team

An Entry-Level Officer exam is tentatively scheduled for the end of Spring 2024.  

 If you want to join an agency with a clear mission, is dedicated to your development and career, and desires to work in a supportive community, join our team. Click on the link for a Tri-Fold Greenwich Police Department Brochure link to learn more about the Greenwich Police Department. 

You can sign up to receive an email notification when the next Entry-Level Officer application period is open by clicking the link -  Sign Up for Email Notification link. 


Upcoming Community Events

2024 Greenwich Police Youth Camp

June 24th - 28th 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

The Youth Citizen’s Police Academy is a 5-day course designed to give youth a first-hand overview of the Greenwich Police Department and what it takes to pursue a career in Law Enforcement. For more information email our Program Coordinator Julia Blight

Click Here for the Application Package

2024 GPD Youth Camp


Public Service Announcements

Pedestrian & Cyclist Safety at Night

Latest PSA from Greenwich GO

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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

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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.

Public Notices Regarding Pistol Permits and Risk Orders of Protection 

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3rd safest city 2020


Crime continues 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


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