Manchester Police Department

  • Agency: Manchester Police Department
  • Address: 239 East Middle Tpke, Manchester, 06045 CT
  • Chief: Marc Montminy (Chief of Police)
Phone: (860)-645-5500

Manchester Police Department is located at 239 East Middle Tpke, Manchester, 06045 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Marc Montminy. The Manchester Police Department phone number is (860)-645-5500.

Manchester Police Department News

A big thank you to Bob’s Discount Furniture for dropping off pizzas to the PD as a thank you for a recent presentation by Chief Montminy

Thank you for allowing us to come in!! The girls had a great time and learned a lot from Detective Hearn. She was really wonderful with the girls and took the time to ask every single one of them what they wanted to be when they grew up and gave words of encouragement to each and everyone of them as the answered. She was so patient and kind. Hope your officers all enjoy the cookies! I tried to share this on the MPD but for obviously good reasons I can't lol Juniors Troop 10617

The men and women of the Manchester Police Department send their deepest condolences to the Connecticut State Police and the family of TFC Kevin Miller. We honor his service and sacrifice to the citizens of the State of Connecticut. Our LE community mourns

A big thank you to ECHN for providing food for our troops today during their "First Responder Appreciation Day". It is nice to know that we are appreciated and supported so much by our local community

So this just happened....a huge thank you to the Courtyard by Marriott and "The Cupcake Bug"

Thank you!!

A big thank you to Danita Sulick and MARC Inc for providing a delicious lunch to the PD today!!! Thank you!!!!

Please come out tomorrow and show your support for the Special Olympics as Officer Pat Walsh will be the "Cop on Top" of the Raymour and Flanigan roof raising $$.

Pease be advised that the annual fireworks display that was scheduled for tonight has been postponed until tomorrow night due to expected rain in the forecast

Vote for Bowers Playground!!!! Bowers School is a Top 10 Finalist to win $20K for their playground. Please help vote on the link below to help them receive the grant funding to improve the playground! Http://

Manchester PD's contingent for running the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Great job everyone!

A big shout out to the Courtyard by Marriott for sending an ice cream truck the Police Headquarters today to show their appreciation and provide our officers with ice cream on this sunny warm day.

Officer Francis making friends with Girl Scout Troop 1063 tonight at Bowers School

A big thank you to The Arbors for their thoughtful and generous breakfast sandwiches and assorted goodies that they provided our Officers and FD personnel. It was greatly appreciated!

Great article highlighting some of the great work done in the Manchester PAL program

MHS School Resource Officer Patrick Walsh getting "A pie in the face" for a fundraising event held by the young mens leadership group. Four people from MHS were asked to participate with the opportunity of getting a pie in the face. Each participant had a separate jug with their name on it, At the end of the fund raiser, whoever had the most money in their jug was selected to get the pie. SRO Walsh "won". The money raised is being used to purchase items at Five Below and then donated to CCMC. Great job everyone!

While many videos get shared daily on FB, we are asking all of you to please watch and share this video highlighting our Manchester First Responders. Happy Holidays from MPD (Video courtesy of Kyle Reyes - Thank you for your support!)

A big thank you to Brynn, Jameson, & Hayden for dropping off these goodies at the PD today. They wanted to say "thank you" for supporting their lemonade stand this summer that raised over $900 to donate to CCMC! Well done kids, it's us that are thankful to you for your great work!

Looking for your assistance Facebook friends, next week we are hosting a multi-town law enforcement career fair. Please share this post on your timeline and help us reach a larger audience of people who might consider a career in Law Enforcement. You never know who among your friends and family may be interested. Many of our successful candidates come to us following a career change, after college or a military career. We are interested in speaking to anyone who wants to serve our citizens and learn more about what these departments offer for special assignments, salary & benefits. We need your help finding men and women who are problems solvers and want a rewarding career helping others

With the holidays fast approaching, here are some tips to help keep you safe throughout the season and beyond: Holiday Safety Tips from the Manchester Police Shopping: • If you must shop at night, park in a well-lighted area. • Park as close as you can to your destination and take notice of where you parked. Never leave your car unoccupied with the motor running or with children inside. • Do not leave packages or valuables on the seat of your car. This creates a temptation for thieves. If you must leave something in the car, lock it in the trunk or put it out of sight. • Be sure to locate your keys prior to going to your car. • Keep a secure hold on your purse, handbag and parcels. Do not put them down or on top of the car in order to open the door. • When approaching or leaving your vehicle, be aware of your surroundings. • Ask mall or store security for an escort before leaving your shopping location. • Avoid wearing expensive jewelry. • Do not carry a purse or wallet, if possible. • Always carry your Driver License or Identification Card along with necessary cash, checks and/or a credit card you expect to use. • Even though you are rushed and thinking about a thousand things, stay alert to your surroundings. • Avoid carrying large amounts of cash. • Pay for purchases with a check or credit card when possible. • Keep cash in your front pocket. • Notify the credit card issuer immediately if your credit card is lost, stolen or misused. • Keep a record of all of your credit card numbers in a safe place at home. • Be extra careful if you do carry a wallet or purse. They are the prime targets of criminals in crowded shopping areas, transportation terminals, bus stops, on buses and other rapid transit. • Avoid overloading yourself with packages. It is important to have clear visibility and freedom of motion to avoid mishaps. • Beware of strangers approaching you for any reason. At this time of year, "con-artists" may try various methods of distracting you with the intention of taking your money or belongings. Automated Teller Machine (ATM): • If you must use an ATM, choose one that is located inside a police station, mall, or well-lighted location. The Manchester Police Department has such an ATM. • Protect your PIN by shielding the ATM keypad from anyone who is standing near you. • Do not throw your ATM receipt away at the ATM location. Children: • If possible, leave small children at home with a trusted babysitter. • Teach your child to go to a store clerk and ask for help in case your child is separated from you. • Teach children to stay close to you at all times while shopping. • Never allow children to make unaccompanied trips to the restroom. • Children should never be allowed to go to the car alone and they should never be left alone in the car. • Teach children their full name, address and telephone number to give to police officers or mall security. Teach children to immediately inform you if a stranger is bothering them. At Home: • Be extra cautious about locking doors and windows when you leave the house, even for a few minutes. • When leaving home for an extended time, have a neighbor or family member watch your house and pick up your newspapers and mail. • Indoor and outdoor lights should be on an automatic timer. • Leave a radio or television on so the house looks and sounds occupied. • Large displays of holiday gifts should not be visible through the windows and doors of your home. • When setting up a Christmas tree or other holiday display, make sure doors and passageways are clear inside your home. • Be sure your Christmas tree is mounted on a sturdy base so children, elderly persons or family pets cannot pull it over on themselves. • If you use lights on your Christmas tree ensure the wiring is not damaged or frayed. Frayed or damaged wiring can cause a fire. • Place your Christmas tree in water or wet sand to keep it green. • Never place wrapping paper in your fireplace. Strangers at Your Door: • Be aware that criminals sometimes pose as couriers delivering gifts. • It is not uncommon for criminals to take advantage of the generosity of people during the holiday season by soliciting donations door-to-door for charitable causes although no charity is involved. • Ask for their identification, and find out how the donated funds will be used. If you are not satisfied, do not donate. • Donate to a recognized charitable organization Wishing you a safe holiday season!

Thank you to all the Veterans who have have served to protect us all

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the two Officers shot today in the Bronx as well as the two officers who were killed this week in Iowa.