The Norwich Police Department is located in the Town of Norwich, Vermont. The department is comprised of a full-time police chief, a full-time sergeant, three full-time patrol officers, a full-time community safety officer, and a full-time administrative assistant. The Norwich Police Department is currently recruiting for a patrol officer, and a community safety officer.
The Norwich Police Department’s administrative assistant, Judy Powell is in the office Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm to answer any questions
Interim Chief of Police
10 Hazen Street
Norwich, VT 05055
The mission of the Norwich Police Department shall be to promote a partnership between the community, businesses, government, the media, and law enforcement designed to reduce crime, encourage transparency, and improve the overall quality of life, while encouraging the community to determine its own needs through the exchange of ideas and problem-solving techniques by implementing a proactive patrol which will ultimately project a more professional image of the Norwich Police Department.
We will work collaboratively with the community towards effective problem resolution. We will support education efforts directed towards enhancing public safety and crime prevention.
- In order to maintain the public’s trust and support, we must hold ourselves to the highest ethical and professional standard.
- We each have a duty and obligation to play an active role in improving internal operations and delivery of services to the community.
- We provide consistent and equal treatment to all through courteous and impartial service.
- With continuous improvement we need to plan for growing technology, education and training, remaining open to new ideas and concepts in Law Enforcement.