The Animal Control Department enforces state and local laws concerning roaming dogs, barking dogs, animal bites,…More nuisance complaints and rabies-related wildlife complaints.</p>
<p>The Animal Control Department also operates an animal shelter on One Rod Highway and impounds from 400 to 600 animals yearly, which include small animal impoundments, such as cats, rabbits, hamsters, etc.</p>
<p>The Animal Control Department consists of two animal control officers and a secretary on a full-time basis, and, on a part-time basis, four assistant animal control officers and two kennel keepers.</p>
<p>The Animal Control Department's budget in 2009-10 is $445,068.</p>
<p>The Animal Control Department is located on One Rod Highway.</p>
<p>The head Animal Control Officer is Paul Miller.</p>
Fairfield Police Department - Field Services Division 100 Reef Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 The Fairfield Police Department is composed of three divisions, and Field Services is one of the three major…More departments. Field Services is responsible for three sub-units: patrol, investigative and special services. The first two units are self-explanatory, while special services oversees special agents, dive team, marine unit, helicopter team and animal control, as well as school safety. The patrol division is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.