It’s important to Slow Down in Town this summer!
The Town of Darien and officers from the Darien Police Department are doing their part to spread the word about Slow Down In Town, the town’s public safety campaign.
Members of the Darien Police Department were in the parking lot at Middlesex Middle School on Friday, June 17 handing out Slow Down in Town stickers and speaking to parents about the campaign as they dropped off their children before school.
On Monday, June 20, other Darien Police Department officers and Kenny, one of the department’s K9 dogs, met with some of the high school students who serve as volunteer members of Darien Emergency Medical Services Post 53.
The meeting was a chance for the officers to discuss the safety campaign with the students and pass out flyers and stickers for the students to distribute to their Darien High School classmates.
Residents should be on the lookout for Slow Down In Town stickers. Stickers will be on display in buildings and storefronts, and in the windows of cars.