The Roundup offers current arrests made by the Bristol Police Department.
These are arrests made over the weekend.
You can compliment an officer or department employee or file a citizen complaint about a police officer online. You can also visit the Police Headquarters at 131 N. Main St. Bristol or by calling (860) 584-3000
Day care emergency notification and registration: On-Line Registration Form
Traffic sign damage or missing: On-Line Sign Report
Alarm registration: On-Line Registration Form
Traffic division: Motorcycle Unit
Crime Watch: Crime Watch E-mail
|Alarm Registration Form|
|Department of Motor Vehicles Forms|
|Freedom of Information Request|
|Pistol Permit Application Package|
|Parking Ticket Appeal Form|
|Data Request Form|
|Civilian Complaint Form|
|Ciudadano Formularion de Queja|
Animal control officers can be contacted at the Animal Shelter located on Vincent P. Kelly Road across from the Bristol Public Works Department or by calling (860) 584-3087.
If the call is an emergency, call the Bristol Police Department at (860) 584-3011.
Useful Law Enforcement & Protection Links
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection – Visit the State of CT DEP Home Page for information on all facets of Wildlife and Environmental management, rules, regulations, fees, local offices, recreation facilities, etc.
Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) – This is a complete, easy-to-use directory of all CT DMV functions.
Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services – Located at 110 Connecticut Boulevard, East Hartford, CT 06108, this well-built assistance site offers information on domestic violence, assault, phone numbers, advocacy groups, and much more. For more information call (888) 999-5545 or visit the Crisis Services website.
Sex Offender Registry – The Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection updates this information regularly to try to assure that it is complete and accurate. However, this information can change quickly and information on registered sex offenders is often provided by the registered sex offender themselves as required by law. This information may not have been verified by local law enforcement officials at the time it is posted on the website. You are cautioned that the information provided on this site is information of record and may not reflect the current residence, status, or other information regarding a registered sex offender.
Library – This is a vast resource including archives, public records, and more.
State of Connecticut – Details all the departments in the State of Connecticut, Superior Court addresses, appeal procedures, contact numbers, state employees, as well as statistical data pertaining to the state.
U.S. Department of Justice – Here you can find help and information for crime victims, missing persons, inmates, seized property, fraud, and more.
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