The North Branford Police Commission got right down to business on June 11. With a light agenda, Police Chief Matthew Canelli shared statistics from May 2012.
The responded to 883 calls, 33 motor vehicle accidents with three injuries and 78 alarms of which 78 were false and issued 39 summonses.
Canelli reported that vehicle maintenance for the month was approximately $1,300 and fiscal year-to-date cost for prisoner watch is just more than $11,000 and revenue from permits, fines, etc. is $6,031.50, which is turned over to the town's general fund.
"The numbers are pretty much right on track with last year's," Canelli said.
He also reported that he received a thank you letter from for the department's help with the .
"She's been very generous to us with and a ," said Canelli.
The NBPD received a resignation letter from Officer Robert Brockett effective June 1. The Police Commission approved the resignation.
Lieutenant David D'Ancicco relayed a request from Downtown Soup Kitchen for permission to have a charity motorcycle ride take a route through town. The Police Commission approved the request.