Police & Fire

Webb Named Officer of Year

Senior Corporal Timothy “TJ” Webb was named as the 2020 Officer of the Year by Milford Police Chief Kenneth Brown. Webb began with Milford Police Department in 2007. “TJ started with us as a patrolman,” Chief Brown said. “From 2012...

Milford police facility architect contract awarded

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to award Becker Morgan with the architectural contract for the new police facility that was approved by voters on Jan. 26. Becker Morgan has been working with the city throughout the referendum...

Sessoms Named MPD Civilian of Year

Chief Kenneth Brown announced to City Council at their regular meeting on Feb. 8 that Victoria “Vicky” Sessoms, Administrative Assistant to the Chief was named Milford Police Department “Civilian of the Year.” Sessoms began working at the city in...

Milford voters pass police station referendum

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, voters in the City of Milford passed a bond referendum allowing the city to borrow up to $20 million to build a new police station. There were 577 votes cast in the referendum with 390...

Carlisle Fire Company explains funding to Council

At a workshop prior to the regular Milford City Council meeting, Tor Hazzard, President, and Duane Fox, member of Carlisle Fire Company presented information on how the company utilized $140,000 in grants provided annually by the city. “Tor was voted...

Police Facility Citizen Advisory Committee Members Named

The City of Milford has announced the members of the Police Citizen Advisory Committee members named by Mayor Archie Campbell. This committee will oversee the design and construction costs of the new Milford Police Department building should voters approve...

City to Appoint Police Facility Citizen Advisory Committee

On Jan. 11, Milford Archie Campbell announced the formation of a Police Facility Citizens Advisory Committee. This committee will be appointed should voters approve the borrowing of up to $20 million to build a new police station and will...

Milford provides details on need for new police station

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, City of Milford voters will vote on a bond bill that will be used to construct a new police station. Voting will take place between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Public Works Facility,...

Injured Milford Police Officer Returns Home

Senior Corporal Timothy “TJ” Webb returned home on Wednesday, Dec. 30 from a rehabilitation center where he was receiving additional treatment for several gunshot wounds. S/Cpl. Webb was shot while working with the United States Marshal’s Office attempting to...

Community Rallies Around Injured Officer

Law enforcement agencies formed a pathway as Senior Corporal Timothy “TJ” Webb was discharged from Christiana Hospital on Thursday, December 17. S/Cpl. Webb is recovering from multiple gunshot wounds suffered as he and the US Marshal’s Office attempted to...
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