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The Records Division can conduct a local (Town of Rocky Hill) record check by visiting the Department during regular business hours. Local records checks consist of incidents that have occurred within the Town of Rocky Hill only. A State of Connecticut records check can be made by visiting the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection (State Police) website at and following their instructions.
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Requests for copies of a police report can be made in person from the Records Division during its hours of operation, Monday thru Friday 8:00AM to 4:00PM, or requested by mail (see below). A fee of $.50 is charged for an incident or accident report (cash or checks only). Please note that all reports, including motor vehicle accidents are available 5-10 business days from the date of incident.
Requests by mail must include the case number along with payment, as well as a self-addressed stamped envelope. The case number and payment amount can be obtained by calling the above listed number. All request made by mail should be sent to:
Rocky Hill Police DepartmentRecords Division699 Old Main St.Rocky Hill, CT 06067
The release of records is guided by State and Federal law. Cases in which the charges have been dismissed or erased are not available for release in accordance with CGS 54-142a or by any of the statute’s subsections. The Rocky Hill Police Department maintains and retains all reports in accordance with State statute and the Office of the Public Administrator’s various retention schedules.
Fingerprinting services are available to Town residents and those who work in the Town of Rocky Hill. For those who work in the Town and are non-residents, there is a $15.00 fee that is payable by cash or check. Those who are in need of fingerprinting services may schedule an appointment by calling the Records Division at 860-258-2783. Any individual who has been provided a service code for their process must pre-enroll through the following website prior to scheduling an appointment. You will be required to provide your Applicant Tracking Number at the time you schedule your appointment.
Please visit our Pistol Permits, Firearms Sales and Transfers page for directions and downloadable forms or visit the police department Records Division during operational hours for the required documentation.
Vendor permit applications are available; anyone with questions or concerns regarding vendor permits should contact Teri Gustafson at 860-258-2704.