Windsor Police

Address:
340 Bloomfield Ave
Windsor, CT. 06095
Hours (Police & Dispatch):
24 x 7
Hours (Records Division):
Mon - Fri
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Email:
E-mail Us
Emergency:
911
Dispatch:
860-688-5273
Records:
860-688-4545 ext. 525
E-mail Records
Property/Vehicles
860-688-4545 ext. 543
Fax:
860-683-2862

Staff

Kelvan Kearse
Police Captain
860.688.4545
Thomas LePore
Police Captain
860.688.4545

Join the Windsor Police Department... WPD is hiring!!

POLICE OFFICER

 

The Town of Windsor is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Certified/Lateral applications will be reviewed and processed as they are received, and will be accepted until all positions are filled. 

 

The Town of Windsor Police Department is an organization made up of diverse individuals who are enthusiastic, creative, competent and trustworthy. We are committed to fulfilling our mission through use of best practices and quality service.

 

Our Department

The Windsor Police Department is comprised of approximately 65 employees; 52 sworn officers and 10 civilians and dispatchers. The community we serve is nearly 30 square miles with a population of 28,500 citizens. The Windsor Police Department is dedicated in continuing efforts to work with and within the community, striving for a safe & healthy town for our citizens and guests. 

 

Salary and Benefits

The starting salary for this position for certified/lateral - $65,127 - $67,770 to start depending on experience. We provide an excellent benefits package including a defined benefit pension plan through CMERS. Other benefits include:

 

  • Choice of three health insurance plans through Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Generous vacation, sick, and holiday leave
  • Short Term Disability Plan after 6 months of employment
  • Town Paid term life insurance and optional life insurance
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Deferred Compensation Plan

 

Minimum Requirements

At date of hire the applicant must be a U.S. citizen, at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record, a high school diploma or GED, and pass a criminal background check. Motivation, enthusiasm, and a commitment to the

community are a must.

Criminal Convictions: Candidates must have no criminal record revealing any conviction, under federal or state law, or any felony, or any conviction of any Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or of any crime in any other jurisdiction that would if committed in this state, constitute a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or any act which would constitute perjury or false statements. All other criminal records will be evaluated during the background investigation.

 

Our Process

The hiring process has several phases. Each phase must be passed to move on to the next step. Generally, it includes the following:

 

1. Application (online at www.Policeapp.com)

2. Written Exam (minimum 70% score required)

3. Physical Agility (CHIP Test at 40%, must have a valid CHIP card at the time of submitting your application: www.chip-inc.com, OR pass a physical agility test administered by the department prior to the oral board interview )

4. Oral Interview Panel & Report Writing Test (minimum 75% score required)

5. Background Investigation

6. Polygraph Examination

7. Psychological Evaluation

8. Physical Exam and Drug Screen

9. Interview with Chief of Police

 

To apply for this position please complete an application at https://www.policeapp.com/Certified-Windsor-CT-Police-Officer-Jobs/289/

*Applications will be reviewed and processed as they are received.  Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. 

 

The Town of Windsor is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of the workforce. EOE/AA.

 

Please direct questions regarding this position to personnel@townofwindsorct.com

 

Seasonal Regulations:Winter Parking Ban and Snow Removal Requirements

Sec. 16-33.  Winter parking regulated.

(a)     No vehicle shall be parked on the streets of the town between 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. between November fifteenth and April fifteenth.

(b)     No vehicle shall be parked on the streets of the town during a snow or ice storm which has been in progress at least one (1) hour.

(c)     No vehicle shall be parked or left on the traveled portion of a street or highway so as to impede normal snow-plowing operations and the free flow of traffic during snow storms.

(Code 1961, § 17.03.04; Ord. No. 71-3, 10-8-71)

 

Violations will result in a $25 fine.

 

Sec. 15-3.  Snow and ice removal--Required; time limit.

(a)   The owner of any premises adjoining and fronting upon any public sidewalk, including by definition bikeways and bikepaths, within the area of the town, shall cause to be removed therefrom all snow , sleet and ice to a minimum width of four (4) feet, or to a minimum of six (6) feet when so determined by the town manager, which shall have accumulated thereon within a period of twelve (12) hours after the same shall have accumulated or been deposited or within twelve (12) hours after sunrise if the same shall have accumulated during the night; and whenever any such public sidewalk, or any part thereof, shall be coated with ice which cannot satisfactorily be removed, said owner, tenant or occupant of the premises adjoining and fronting thereon shall as an alternative to said removal of such ice, cause such public sidewalks to be made safe and convenient for pedestrians by covering the ice with sand or other suitable substance.

 

(b)   All snow and ice accumulating in the street higher than a point four (4) inches below the bottom of the lowest outlet on any fire hydrant, and within a radius of three (3) feet from the center of such hydrant, shall be removed by the owner of the premises adjoining said hydrant, within a period of twelve (12) hours after the same shall have accumulated or been deposited or within twelve (12) hours after sunrise if the same shall have accumulated during the night. Said owner shall also clear a path having a minimum width of three (3) feet between any fire hydrant and the edge of the traveled portion of the abutting street, highway, private road or drive.

 

(Code 1961, § 19.01.01; Ord. No. 78-1, § 1, 7-17-78; Ord. No. 79-10, § 1, 9-17-79; Ord. No. 99-3, § 1, 5-3-99)

 

Mission Statement

The Windsor Police Department is an organization driven by the needs of the Windsor community and its citizens. We are committed to working together for the common good of the community we serve. We protect the constitutional rights of our citizens by fair and strict enforcement of laws. We have respect and compassion for the dignity of human life. We demonstrate standards of integrity, professionalism and honesty. We are talented, open minded, and compassionate as we work diligently to be leaders in the community we serve.

 

Core Values:

  • To protect citizens constitutional rights through strict enforcement of laws and protection of property
  • To serve our community's needs, create innovative programs and utilize the talents of in-house staff
  • To be compassionate through the use of best practices and high quality work with respect for the dignity of human life
  • To be understanding and maintain an open mind in dealings with internal and external customers
  • To be leaders within the community while listening and communicating freely
  • To demonstrate only the highest ethical standards of integrity, professionalism and honesty
  • To be an organization driven by the needs of our citizens with a commitment to working together for the common good of the community we serve

National "See Something, Say Something" Campaign

The Windsor Police Department encourages participation in the national "See Something, Say Something" campaign.  If you see something or someone that raises your suspicions, you can use the link below to fill out a Suspicious Activity Report.  The report can be submitted anonymously and is user friendly.  It will be used to pass your information on to the Connecticut Intelligence Center.

 

https://ctic.ncirc.gov/cwf/index.html