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Greenwich Police Seek Tips on Hateful Stickers on Town Traffic Signs

According to the Anti Defamation League, Patriot Front is a white supremacist group who spread hateful propaganda through stickers, as well as banners, fliers and posters. They also spread their message via the Internet and participate in “flash mobs” and torch marches. Continue Reading →

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GPD Silver Shield Endorses Fiorello for State Rep, 149th District

“When the Bill (H.B. 6004, ‘An Act Concerning Police Accountability’) became law, once again, Kimberly was and is the only person taking their time by talking to us and others in the law enforcement community on effective strategies to correct this horrible Bill.” – Greenwich Police Silver Shield Continue Reading →

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Fun Bike Safety Event for Children Set for Sept 12

This event is made up of a series of stations, each dealing with an important aspect of safe cycling. Participants will have their bicycles inspected, learn how to ride, learn the rules of the road, and practice bicycle-handling skills. There will be a police car demo and free helmets will be provided. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich RTC Food Truck Fetes First Responders

On Wednesday at Greenwich’s public safety complex on Bruce Place the Greenwich Republican Town Committee (RTC) sprung for a visit from the Joey B’s food truck in a gesture of gratitude to first responders following Tropical Storm Isaias. Continue Reading →

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First Selectman Declares Local Emergency as Tropical Storm Isaias Beats Up Greenwich

“We recommend that everyone limit their travel as the Town of Greenwich Department of Public Works, Tree Department, Parks and Recreation Department, and Public Safety Department coordinate with Eversource to clear our roadways of hazards.” – Greenwich Police Captain Kraig Gray Continue Reading →

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Fired Police Captain Sues Greenwich, Multiple Individuals including First Selectman

The complaint alleges the Town retaliated against Captain Kordick for exercising his constitutionally protect right to off-duty political speech and alleges Fred Camillo, Jack Kriskey, Rich DiPreta and Peter Tesei interfered with his employment with the Town by revealing his identity to his employer, Greenwich Police Dept, after working in concert to obtain Kordick’s receipt from a sign store in Texas through deceit. Continue Reading →

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