City of Milford Police Department

Emergency: 302.422.8081 or 911

Chief's Message

Welcome to the City of Milford Police Department’s website. I am honored to serve as Milford’s Chief of Police, where our mission is to provide fair, compassionate and impartial police services to the citizens and visitors of the City of Milford.

MPD officers are committed to our core values of Honor, Integrity, Dedication and Duty. In turn, this encourages and promotes officer engagement with the community and builds a true partnership of respect and trust.

It is our goal as an agency to continue to advance through training and knowledge of evidence-based research in law enforcement, while furthering our commitment to providing services that are led with empathy and compassion for the community we serve.


Chief Cecilia Ashe



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Drug Collection Program

The Milford Police Department has teamed up with CVS Pharmacy to provide our community with a safe and environmentally responsible way to dispose of unused, unneeded, or expired prescription drugs in a Drug Collection Unit.  The Drug Collection Unit has been placed within the lobby of the Milford Police Department.
  • Prescriptions
  • Prescription Patches
  • Prescription Medications
  • Prescription Ointments
  • Over-the-Counter Meds
  • Vitamins Samples
  • Medication for Pets

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Crime Map

The Milford Police Department is pleased to partner with to keep the citizens of Milford informed of crimes in their area.

City of Milford Emergency Alerts

City of Milford Emergency Alerts is a high-speed emergency notification system that alerts residents to emergency situations like law enforcement alerts, severe storm warnings, road closures, water problems, evacuations, and more.


On April 11, 2017, Sussex County announced the rollout of PulsePoint, a new high-tech tool designed to alert smartphone owners of cardiac arrest calls near their location, allowing them to respond and administer CPR immediately until first responders arrive.

Smart 911

Go to and click on "Sign Up." Then, when you call 911 from a registered phone number, the 9-1-1 system recognizes your phone number and automatically displays your profile on the screen of the call taker who receives your call.