In observance of Thanksgiving, several Cary services will be unavailable or modified on Thursday & Friday, November 26 & 27. Facilities will remain closed, and curbside collection for Thursday will move one day later to Friday. GoCary will not operate on Thursday, but will resume normal operation schedule on Friday, November 27. Read more.

Crisis Negotiations Team

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The Crisis Negotiation Team is designed to assist Field Operations in the event of barricaded suspects, hostage situations, suicide attempts and other situations that could enhance the ability to preserve life, maintain social order and ensure the protection of property. Negotiations are designed to slow down the situation, reduce anxiety levels, reduce the threat level, and lead to more rational behavior. The designed function of the team is to persuade hostage takers and other individuals to surrender peacefully to the police.

The Town of Cary Police Department’s Crisis Negotiation Team consists of team members who are assigned other full-time duties but also serve on the Crisis Negotiation Team on a part -time basis. The team is composed of 10 team members, two team leaders, an assistant team commander and a team commander. The team is the only operational team within the Town of Cary Police Department that is composed of sworn and civilian staff.