The Orange Police Commission met at Headquarters on Monday afternoon (Feb. 13).
There wasn’t much on the agenda, but the following information was discussed.
• Police Department roof repairs were made at a fair price.
• Policy software was updated
• Building improvements —minor repairs were made in the women’s locker room.
• New officer expenses — polygraph exams and new uniforms for recruits.
• Storage for body camera videos, which is reimbursable by the state.
• Administrative Overtime in Records while new employees are being trained.
Chief Gagne went before the Capital Planning Committee to present the department’s needs. He said all projects were accepted but he doesn’t expect all of them to pass by the Board of Finance.
He’s fairly confident that a generator and requested security package will survive the board.
Home Depot donated windshield washer fluid for the patrol cars for which the Chief and officers are grateful.
The Lions Club of Orange donated $1,000 for a K9 vest. This will be used with a generous donation from the Orange Juniorettes to outfit both Orange K9s with protective vests.
Asst. Chief Anthony Cuozzo delivered the monthly statistic report for January:
3,037 calls for service, 119 activated burglar alarms, 40 criminal arrests, 23 shoplifting/larcenies, 19 fights/disturbances, 4 DWI arrests, 86 traffic accidents, 146 Medical emergencies, 152 motor vehicle citations issued.