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Monroe Town Hall Offices
7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe, Connecticut 06468

PHONE(203) 452-2800
HOURSMonday - Thursday

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Patrol Divison

 The Patrol Division is the largest division in the Monroe Police Department. It consists of the uniformed officers assigned to patrol duties. Currently there are 22 Patrol Officers, 6 Sergeants and 1 Lieutenant in the division. Officers staff this unit 24 hours a day / 365 days of the year. They ensure an immediate response to calls for service and perform a wide range of patrol duties including: 

•Responding to calls for service: criminal complaints, motor vehicle accidents, recovery of stolen property, public assistance calls, calls for medical assistance and other incidents requiring a police response
•Apprehending criminals and wanted persons
•Enforcement of Motor Vehicle laws
•Working with the public to prevent crimes

Field Training: The training of new officers after they complete the Connecticut Police Academy and until they have met the standards to be certified as law enforcement officers. This training consists of a ten week program requiring the new officer to ride with a minimum of three different senior officers.

Prisoner Control: The patrol division is responsible for monitoring all prisoners being held by the department until they are turned over to court.

First Responders: Each vehicle is equipped with Basic medical supplies and an Automatic External Defibrillator. Patrol Officers are often the first to arrival at medical emergency calls throughout the town.

K-9: Currently the Monroe Police Department has two officers in patrol working with their certified K-9 units. The K-9 units work various shifts and assignments.

The Patrol Division utilizes different tactics and technologies to accomplish its mission. Marked patrol vehicles are used and all are equipped with mobile data terminals which provide links to local, state and national resources. Radar and laser speed measurement devices are available for officers to use when conducting motor vehicle enforcement. Throughout their careers Officers receive continuous training to keep them up to date with the changing laws and standards.

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24 -Hour Non Emergencies Dial

Monroe Police Department
7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe, CT  06468

General Number
Phone: 203-452-2830

Anonymous Tipline
Phone: 203-452-2839

Phone: 203-261-3622

FAX Number 203-261-4769

Records Unit
(Mon-Fri 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM)
Phone: 203-452-2832

Chief Keith White 
Phone: 203-452-2833

Captain Gregory Smith
Phone: 203-452-2834

Detective Division
Phone: 203-452-2831

Patrol Division Commander
Phone: 203-452-2838

Support Services Commander 
Phone: 203-452-2849

Animal Control
Phone: 203-452-3760

Child Safety Seat Appointments 
Phone: 203-261-3622