Fairfield police roll out online reporting system

Fairfield police are telling residents about a new program that will make it easier for people to file reports with the department. Officials say people

Officials say people can now fill out reports for non-emergencies by accessing the department's website.

Officials say people can now fill out reports for non-emergencies by accessing the department's website. (1/16/16)

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield police are telling residents about a new program that will make it easier for people to file reports with the department.  

Officials say people can now fill out reports for non-emergencies by accessing the department's website.

Fairfield Police Department Chief Gary MacNamara says the online report doesn't take the place of a police officer.

"It's providing some convenience to get that information to us. We will review the information, and if we believe it's part of a larger pattern in town or there's need to follow up, the department will follow up," says MacNamara.  

 

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