Go Ahead, East Haven: 'Ask the Chief'

East Haven Interim Police Chief Brent Larrabee is blogging on East Haven Patch — and wants to answer your questions!

It's once again time for East Haven Patch readers to "ask the chief."

East Haven Interim Police Chief is one of the more recent additions to our growing Local Voices section of bloggers.

Larrabee, who was by on Feb. 15, now writes a blog once a month.

The monthly posts serve as a vehicle to answer readers' questions about the .

Each month, East Haven Patch publishes an article asking readers to post their questions in the comments section. Questions can also be emailed to askthechief@easthavenpolice.com.

This month, submissions will be closed on Sunday at 6 p.m. And from there, we'll pick four of those questions for the chief to answer in his next blog.

So do YOU have a question? Well, go ahead — and ask the chief!

Lise Cavallaro July 12, 2012 at 04:52 PM
I love dogs, but also think a K9 unit is a valuable asset to any police dept., instead of calling in another town's K-9 unit like in the past.
Mike Liso July 12, 2012 at 07:11 PM
Chief, there seems to be a problem at the intersection of Dodge Ave and Robert Dr. Cars traveling on Dodge Ave, in either direction, feel they have the right of way and quite often, ignore the stop sign. Can you maybe have a patrol car sit in the parking lot of Pathways and ticket the ignorant drivers who ignore the stop sign?
Not Guido July 12, 2012 at 09:30 PM
What is the status of hiring civilian dispatchers? It was reported that this would allow more officers on patrol. Nothing has been reported in months.
Love East Haven July 13, 2012 at 04:51 PM
Chief, You have done a great job in learning the culture of our town...I appreciate the efforts you have made to build relatiosnhips with all our citizens, including our Latino families..I look forward to your logevitywith our town and hope it ignites more town pride..
Ann Della Camera July 14, 2012 at 03:46 AM
Chief, I have one major question, well a two part one,, first when is there going to be some noise control about souped up cars with stright pipes and atv's and dirtbikes running all over town unlicenced,Part two is the speed on Short Beach road especially from the Stone Pillers,on is excessive, you could support the town on the money you could make on speeding tickets. The speed limit is 35 mph, I have yet to see one car going less than 50 mph. At night its a nightmare here. from,5pm on the speed flys. I am starting to call Riverside Dodge city. I think you are going to be an asset to the town, but I have to see the results first. Thanks for taking the time to listen.


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