December 2020 Norwich Police department Monthly report, Some Holiday Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign statistics and a video for you to enjoy.

This report has some interesting statistical data for 2019-2020

The Norwich Police monthly report has a nice holiday message to the community, and some very interesting statistical data for 2019-2020. The report also contains info on traffic accidents, community policing and some training that was performed this month. There is also a legal spotlight to check out.

Oh! and you may want to check out the nice video tribute to the Norwich 2020 police cadets that appears after the report.

Here are the Minutes

The NPD monthly minutes for
December have been posted. Click on the link to see some of the exciting things NPD has been involved with this month!

Link: https://drive.google.com/…/1vHqTTMStfC5wVxJW-Uca3RxRS…/view…

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December 2020 NPD Monthly minutes.pdf

Norwich Police Cadets 2020- Check out their new video below

Most Norwich residents know her as the Chief of Police, however to these cadets she is much more than that. She is their Mentor, Commander, Instructor, and the go to person for anything they would need to accomplish the goals that are set for them in this wonderful leadership program that helps them understand the role of a police officer, should they want to someday become one, or just learn the principles of leadership that can be applied to whatever career they may choose.

Here is a message from the advisor for the Police Cadet program, Jennifer M. Frank.

Without question, one of the most rewarding opportunities I have had over the last four years is the pleasure and honor to be the Advisor for the Police Cadet program. In January of 2016, I created this program with the hope to be able to instill in our local youth, an understanding of the role and purpose of law enforcement and the true meaning of the phrase "Protect and Serve."  As I look over all that we have accomplished together in the last year, I am left speechless, as words cannot express how proud I am of each and every one of these kids and how much they have grown in just one short year.  While the number of events, programs, trainings and community service projects were limited this year due to COVID-19 mitigations, we still accomplished a lot.  Cadets, thank you for giving me this opportunity.  Parents, thank you for entrusting me with your children, and a special thank you to the Norwich Police Department and all of the officers who have supported this program over the years. (2020 Cadet video)

The video can be accessed via YouTube at:


Chief Jennifer Frank, Norwich, VT Police
10 Hazen Street / P.O. Box 311, Norwich, VT
(802)649-1460 (O), (802)649-1775 (F)
Jennifer.Frank@Vermont.gov
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Holiday Drive Sober or get Pulled Over campaign statistics from 12/18/2020 - 1/03/2021

Norwich VT Police Department

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During the statewide "Holiday Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign," which ran from 12/18/20 through 01/03/21, the Norwich Police Department dedicated 24 hours of traffic enforcement to the effort. 64 Motor vehicle stops were conducted during the campaign, with 19 (29%) of the operators receiving tickets and the remaining receiving warnings. This campaign is part of the Governor's Highway Safety - Occupant Protection Program, a fully reimbursed expense for hours expended on the campaign.

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