Norwalk Police Lead CT in Holiday Traffic Enforcement

As part of a statewide effort, a nine day traffic enforcement program from Christmas Eve to New Year's Day, resulted in NPD making 10 DUI arrests and 191 motor vehicle stops. Across CT there were 121 DUI arrests and over 6,000 motor vehicle stops.

Ct Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) website
Ct Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) website
Each year the Norwalk Police Department, along with other municipal police departments, participate in the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) Holiday Traffic Enforcement Program over a nine-day period from midnight on December 24, 2013 through midnight on Jan 1, 2014. 

This year, the officers from the Norwalk Police Department led the state with 10 DUI Arrests and 191 motor vehicle stops during this annual traffic safety effort. 

The Norwalk Police Department also investigated 86 motor vehicle accidents, one of which resulted in a fatality on December 27 at the intersection of Grist Mill Road and the Route 7 Connector, and responded to 1,419 Calls for Service during this nine-day period. 

Statewide, with 64% of municipal police departments responding, the CPCA Holiday Traffic Enforcement Program reported the following activity levels. CPCA’s website, www.cpcanet.org 

Fatal Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4
DUI Arrests: 121 
Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1,490 
Motor Vehicle Stops: 6,109 

Got a tip? Call it in, submit online anonymously or even text anonymously: Norwalk Police Tip Line: (203) 854-3111 Anonymous Internet tips can be sent to Norwalk Police website at: www.norwalkpd.com 
Anonymous text tips can be submitted by typing "NPD" into the text field, followed by the message, and sending it to CRIMES (274637).


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