Waterbury Police host neighborhood association showcase


WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury police are reaching out to the community to improve relationships with residents.

The department hosted the Community Outreach and Neighborhood Association Showcase on Saturday at the Brass Mill Center.

The goal is to keep Waterbury a great place to live, work, go to school and raise a family.

There are 22 neighborhood associations in The Brass City.

“We go to different parts of the city and we bring all the city services to the community.

We have an East End one, West End, South End. This is more of a mall one.

We figured it would be a good collaboration of people here that can come out and enjoy. It’s not only city services, it’s also private services that people can find out about.”

– Officer Michael Digiovancarlo, Watbury PD

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