The Information Management Division is supervised by Lieutenant Anthony Prezioso. This division provides the administrative and logistical support for the Department and includes the Records Division, Evidence/Property, patrol and outside duty scheduling, and Information Technology.
Records Division Phone: (203) 341-6001
Business hours at the lobby window are Monday through Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Records Division collects, processes and stores offense, arrest, and traffic records. Records staff also process police report copy requests, parking ticket payments, alarm registrations, and Railroad Parking permit renewals and payments.
The cost for police reports is .50 cents per side. For example, an accident report is generally a two-sided report. The cost for this would be $1. There will be an additional charge of $5.00/CD for any report containing audio, video or photos.Copies of incident reports are available in person or by mail. We do not fax reports. If you will be picking up a report, it will not be prepared in advance. If you wish to receive a report by mail, you must send a request, including a self-addressed stamped envelope, the report number, and the correct amount due. If the report is not pre-paid, a report will not be mailed out.
Police reports, particularly motor vehicle incidents or accidents, are usually available within a few working days of the incident. Please call the Records Division prior to picking up a report to ensure that the report you are seeking is available.
The release of information and report copies are limited by State of Connecticut General Statutes. Types of reports that will not be released are:
• Pending cases
• Arrest reports
• Medical records
• Signed statements of witnesses
• Information to be used in a prospective law enforcement action
• Investigatory techniques
• Arrest records of juveniles
• Information on the victim of sexual assault
• Uncorroborated allegations
Copies of most motor vehicle accident reports may be available online.