March 2011

Monthly Archive

Granby Police Issue Traffic Advisory for Pleasant St.

Posted by Sgt O on 17 Mar 2011 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department would like to advise all motorists that Pleasant St., north of Route 202 is down to one lane of travel near the Children’s First Day Care due to a sink hole that has developed in the northbound lane of travel. The area affected is coned off and motorists are asked to proceed with caution around the area. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes of travel.  The Granby Police Department would also like to advise motorists that on Friday, March 18th, travel on this area of road may be restricted while the Granby Highway Department works on the roadway.

Granby Police Department Announces Dare Soccer Camp Dates

Posted by Sgt O on 08 Mar 2011 | Tagged as: general

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The 2011 Dare Soccer Camp will be held July 25 - July 29 and is available to students  grades 3 -10 (grades as of 9/11). The camp will run from 8:30 to 12:30 daily and is available to all area youth. For more information you can contact Officer James White by email jwhite@granbypd.org  or at the police station 413-467-9222. Applications for the camp are available at the police station, or at the police department’s website, under downloads, on the homepage of the website.  www.granbypd.org

Project ChildSafe® Comes To Granby:

Posted by Sgt O on 03 Mar 2011 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department will provide free firearm safety kits to local residents through a partnership with Project ChildSafe, the nationwide firearms safety education program. The safety kits, which include a gun lock, will be distributed at the Granby Police Department on a first come, first serve basis.

Project ChildSafe, a program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), has distributed more than 35 million firearm safety kits throughout the country since 2003. The program is funded by a U.S. Department of Justice grant, with additional funding provided by the firearms industry.

Each kit contains a safety curriculum and a cable-style gun lock. The locks fit on most types of handguns, rifles and shotguns. The goal is to prevent a child or any other unauthorized person from accessing a firearm in your home.

By partnering with Project ChildSafe, the Granby Police Department is participating in a national effort to promote firearms safety education to all gun owners. Project ChildSafe will distribute gun lock safety kits to all 50 states and the five U.S. territories.