Another year has come and gone. The Warren Police Department continues to perform its function of serving and protecting the citizens to the best of their abilities.
WPD entered into an agreement with Trumbull County 9-1-1 that provided funding for a new 9-1-1 System. This new system replaced the original 9-1-1 computers that were well past their expiration date. This system gives the Warren Police Officers the ability to locate any caller from a cell phone. The $700,000.00 cost was funded by the 9-1-1 fees collected by the cellular companies at no cost to the city.
We continue working with all segments of our community to provide a safe environment for our residents, visitors and those individuals that work in our community. The Warren Police Department remains dedicated to making sure all police related services are provided in an efficient, effective and professional manner.
During 2012 a new Records Management System (RMS) was purchased and installed. This new RMS enables the city to share information with other Trumbull County agencies. All WPD vehicles will be tracked with Auto Vehicle Location (AVL) software. This new system included a new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system. The new CAD, RMS was acquired at no cost and will save the City of Warren $75,000 a year in maintenance cost.
Our goal of maintaining the feeling of a safe and healthy environment for those living, working and visiting our city is our primary responsibility, along with protecting life and property, maintaining order and ensuring the safe and unobstructed flow of traffic. Our values of dedication, respect, cooperation, professionalism and responsibility must be as visible as our patches and badges on our uniforms.
As Chief of Police, I am proud to serve with dedicated professional co-workers to complete our police mission in order to “protect and serve” our community.
Timothy A. Bowers
Chief of Police
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