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Hours of Operation and Contact

The Bridgeport Police Department Community Services Division is located at 1395 Sylvan Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06606.

The Community Services division offers a wide range of programs and assistance, including neighborhood organizations, security surveys, School Resource Programs, D.A.R.E and Crisis Intervention Teams for Youth (CIT-Y).

Hours of operation for Community Services are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (excluding holidays). 

To contact a representative or officer from Community Services call (203) 576-8278.

Neighborhood Organizations

The Office of Community Services is responsible for providing neighborhood organizations with training, outreach and project planning, as well as other services which may be required for their continued success.

In addition, the Office of Community Services provides updates on programs being developed and planned from other parts of the state and across the country.

Security Surveys

Security surveys are done by appointment only. During this process, a home or business is inspected for deficiencies in security.

Approximately one week after the initial inspection, a report is given to the business or home owner.

This report outlines ways in which the owner can increase safety and security and, thereby, reducing the risk of burglaries. 

Community Group Presentations

Personnel from the Office of Community Services are available to speak on a variety of topics including crime prevention, drug education and awareness, and gang resistance.

These presentations are adapted for children, adults and seniors.

School Resource Officer Program (SRO)

Bridgeport Police Officers in cooperation with the Board of Education will monitor all city schools to provide a safe and productive work environment.

D.A.R.E. Program

D.A.R.E. is a comprehensive K-12 prevention education program.

The program addresses the use of drugs, opioids, alcohol, teen suicide, social media safety, bullying, vaping and the cause and effect.

Contact Officer Sandy Quinones at (203) 330-4239 for assistance and further information.

Crisis Intervention Teams for Youth (CIT-Y)

A CIT-Y certified Law Enforcement Officer can respond to a youth who is experiencing a metal health crisis. The certified police officer can provide peace of mind to the child and the parent by providing emergency mental health services and resources.