Awards and Recognition



January 22, 2013

Officer Daniel Victoria was recently transferred to the Traffic Division because he demonstrated his ability to be knowledgeable in identifying suspicious activity and through his enforcement of criminal and motor vehicle laws.  He is a proactive officer with seven and half years of experience.

Officer Victoria’s keen observations on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 led to the apprehension of a robbery suspect who was posing a serious danger to the public.  Through his determination and perseverance that individual was taken into custody.

Officer Victoria exemplifies the character and demonstrates the professionalism of a well trained police officer.  The Fairfield Police Department proudly recognizes his contribution leading to this notable arrest.

Thank you Officer Daniel Victoria


During the week of 11/26/12 thru 11/30/12, the Fairfield Police Traffic Safety Unit (TSU) conducted their, “Living Streets” campaign on Mill Plain Road, which educates the public that pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicle traffic must share the road.

Members of the Traffic Safety Unit conducted operations in a targeted area by handing out warnings to speeding motorists informing them of the posted speed limit.  During the weeks following the campaign the TSU teams follows up with strict enforcement.

The Living Streets program raises awareness and consciousness in motorists, which unltimately slows their speeds down after the program is completed.

Please help the Fairfield Police Department keep our roadway safe by slowing down and obeying all traffic related signs, and postings.



On July 11th 2012, the Board of Police Commissioners, Chief MacNamara and DARE Officer Valle, present a civilian award to the North Stratfield Teacher Diane Devault for her efforts, help and enthusiasm with administering the DARE program.



Dive Team Officer Bill Demotses describes a water rescue



On Saturday June 23rd, 2012 the Fairfield Police Emergency Services Unit Sniper Team traveled to Lake Rondonkoma Long Island to run in the annual, "Run around the Lake" honoring Navy SEAL Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy.

Lieutenant Murphy was killed in action on 06/28/05 during Operation Redwing near Asadabad Afghanistan.  For his bravery and heroic acts he displayed during the mission, President George Bush presented the Contressional Medal of Honor to Lt. Murphy posthumously.

Pictured above L to R, FPD Officer Mark Letsch, Michael's parents Maureen & Dan, center Naval Cmdr Thomas Shultz, and FPD Sgt. Edward Greene



AAA Honors Fairfield Police for Traffic Safety


On November 18, 2011, AAA motor club of Southern New England honored the Fairfield Police Department for its traffic safety programs at its second annual community traffic safety awards luncheon held at the Trumbull Marriot.  The event was hosted by AAA Public Affairs Manager, Fran Mayko, who presented Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara, First Selectman Michael Tetreau, and Police Commission Chairman Arthur Hersh with an AAA Gold Award for its ongoing commitment to traffic safety through its education, enforcement, and engineering efforts.  Deputy Chief Christopher Lyddy, Lieutenant James Perez, Officer Paul Medvegy, and Officer Gary Wikman were also in attendance.

At this event, The Fairfield Police Department was given the opportunity to showcase their various safety programs such as the Dare Program, Mock crash Investigations, Fairfield Bike/Walk Coalition, Safe Route to School program, Traffic Safety Unit, Citizens Police Academy, and various other programs. 

In addition, AAA motor club honored 28 other police departments in Connecticut who were also honored for their commitment for Traffic safety programs, and pedestrian fatality safety.  

AAA Southern New England is a not for profit auto club with 42 offices in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, providing more than 2.7 million local members with travel, insurance, finance, and auto related services.  




 State Farm Insurance

Steve Boyle presents a check to the Fairfield Police Explorer Post promoting "Stop Distracted Driving". U TXT UR NXT, targeting teen drivers and texting.





Mr. Dominc Cingari of Shop Rite, providing ice and water to residents with out power after storm Irene, August 2011.



Two employees of Stop & Shop Kings Hwy Cut Off were recognized for thwarting a financial scam.  They notified police and protected two senior citizens from sending a money gram to someone they believed was their grandson.








 Marine Unit Officer Grant Dalling on PB 3, attempting to locate potential victims during the storm Irene, 2011. While surveying the damage to homes on Fairfield Beach Road he is keeping residents updated to changing conditions.




Sergeant Hector Irizarry is awarded a Letter of Commedation for Honorable Service. His investigation led to the apprehension of a person involved in a felony.



Officer Scott Sudora is awarded a Life Saving Medal. His act performed in the line of duty resulted in the saving of a life.