Windsor Police Department
The Windsor Police Department provides law enforcement services for the community. The department’s mission is to make a difference every day, and quality of life is an important factor in our approach. We strive to provide a safe environment by minimizing the impact of crime and assisting in personal emergencies.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic violence accounts for 15% of all crime reported to law enforcement. For this reason, the Windsor Police Department is acknowledging that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 48% of women and 49% of men have experienced psychological abuse by an intimate partner. Domestic violence perpetrators who own a gun are 5X more likely to kill their partners and domestic violence hotlines across the country receive approximately 20,800 crisis calls a day. Residents are urged to be aware and remember… it can happen in our community.
Here are 10 warning signs that you or someone you know may be in a violent relationship: 1) They seem to have more accidents than most people you know; 2) They are often late to work or sick; 3) They receive harassing phone calls; 4) They are expected to be home at a certain time and appear to be fearful of missing that deadline; 5) They have no money to spend as they choose, even though they work and are expected to turn over their paycheck; 6) They have decreased or dropped contact with family or friends; 7) They may abuse alcohol or drugs; 8) They are either frequently timid or retiring or aggressive and angry; 9) They frequently disparage their own abilities, call themselves names like dumb, stupid, clumsy or worthless; and 10) they have a number of physical complaints, such as stomach pain, fatigue, migraine or psychological complaints like anxiety or depression.
If you or someone you know is the victim of Domestic Violence, it’s time to #standup and seek help. Everyone deserves to be in a healthy relationship. Asking for help isn't easy and gathering the courage to leave a violent situation can be even more challenging. If you or someone you know is thinking about leaving an abusive relationship—and in in immediate danger—call 911. Get to a safe place such as a friend's or family member's house, a hospital, or a hotel. The Windsor Police Department is also a good resource as is the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233.
- Provide quality police service through professional, effective utilization of resources
- Respond to community needs and desires
- Provide public education and information focused on personal safety and voluntary compliance with the law
- Seek and form community problem-solving partnerships that emphasize mutual respect and interaction
Administrative offices are closed, but officers are ALWAYS on duty.
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