The Norwalk Police Department has high expectations in 2014.
With staffing levels back up to 23 officers in the upcoming weeks, Chief David Light said the department can once again take a more proactive approach in fighting crime.
"In the past, when we were shortstaffed, often all we could do was respond to calls," the chief said.
Many times Sgt. Jim Fulton was left alone in the detective bureau.
Light compared heroin addicts to cockroaches and said the only way to get rid of them is to "stomp them out" before they multiply.
Find out what else Light had to say by reading the story about this subject that was published in Wednesday's Norwalk Reflector.