A Message from the Millinocket Police Department
MILLINOCKET POLICE DEPARTMENT
197 PENOBSCOT AVENUE
MILLINOCKET, MAINE 04462
Chief Craig Worster
Lobby of the Police Department is closed Non-Emergency calls will be handled by phone. No fingerprints for public, i.e. Employment, etc. No concealed weapons permit.
Despite the measures being taken, our Officers will still be on-duty. All emergencies will be handled normally and without delay. While we cannot “shut down” we can take precautions to protect our Officers from unnecessary exposures. Officers will be limiting face to face contact. When there is face to face, they will be using Maine CDC guidelines such as 6 feet distance, and no physical contact, ie. No shaking hands. Officers responding to your homes or businesses may ask pre-screening questions. This is not intended to be an invasion of your privacy, but more of an added safety measure for both you and the Officer during this global pandemic.
It is important that we keep our police, fire, and EMS first responders healthy. These measures will assist us. This is an unprecedented time for all of us! Let’s stay healthy, informed, and safe! As the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus continues and we as a community, State and Country try and adapt to our “new normal” to fight this pandemic we want to ensure our community that we will still be here to serve you, however, we will also be taking steps to ensure the health and safety of our responders.
The Millinocket Police Department prides itself on being a community policing orientated police department. As the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus continues and we as a community, State and Country try and adapt to our “new normal” to fight this pandemic we want to ensure our community that we will still be here to serve you, If you have concerns for any family members, friends, or neighbors who could be affected by this outbreak, PLEASE reach out to us and we will check on them and do anything in our power to assist them in their time of need. Please attempt to reach us via phone by calling (207)723-9731.
We do ask, that you avoid coming to the Public Safety Building unless it is an emergency. If you need assistance, please call us and if you are experiencing symptoms and please advise the dispatcher so this information can be relayed to responders. Together as a community, we will get through this. Please use patience during this difficult time and remember to check in on family members and neighbors even if it by phone.
And as always:
1. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer 2. Avoid close contact with people who are sick 3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands 4. Stay home while you’re sick and avoid close contact with others.