The Administrative Division of the Cheshire Police Department handles personnel and administrative functions, technology issues, policy matters, and public information functions.  The division includes Police Communications, Technology Coordinator, Records Division, and Municipal Animal Control.



The Communications Division personnel are responsible for Cheshire’s “911” call center and handle both routine calls and emergency calls for police, fire, and ambulance service.  This 911 call center is a 24-hour operation and its members are the first point of contact in any critical incident. 



The Technology Coordinator is responsible for maintaining, configuring, and troubleshooting multiple computer networks utilized by the department to effectively run the day to day operations. The Technology Coordinator is also the System Administrator for the various hardware and software systems utilized by personnel to carry out the public safety mission.



The Police Records Division maintains reports and data, alarm registrations, permits, and business records; responds to inquiries from the public and other agencies; process court records for submission to the Superior Court; and provides copies of records to the public during business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. 


Copies of records can also be left for pickup after hours if prior arrangements are made. Requests can be expedited by contacting the Records office in advance at 203 271-5510 or at cpdrecords@cheshirect.org.




Last updated on Wednesday, July 17, 2019