West Hartford Police Department

  • Agency: West Hartford Police Department
  • Address: 103 Raymond Road, West Hartford, 06107 CT
  • Chief:
Phone: (860) 523-5203
Fax: (860) 523-2178

West Hartford Police Department is located at 103 Raymond Road, West Hartford, 06107 CT. The West Hartford Police Department phone number is (860) 523-5203.

West Hartford Police Department News

It’s your 9pm reminder. #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

It’s your 9pm reminder. #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

A special thank you to WHPD’s family who are proudly serving or have served our great nation. #westhartfordpolice #whpd #happyveteransday

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#9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

It’s your 9pm reminder. #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

This is your nightly reminder to lock your cars, take your keys, don't leave valuables in the open.#9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

The voting polls have officially closed and now it’s # 9 PM Routine Time! Lock up your home and cars. #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

Congratulations to newly promoted Lieutenant Peter Juda and Detective Sean Walmsley. Both men were sworn into their new positions last month at town hall. Several family members, friends, other officers and town dignitaries were on hand to celebrate. Best of luck to Lt. Juda and Det. Walmsley in their new roles.

Our Recruitment Fair is TODAY! Come down to the West Hartford Police Dept. on 103 Raymond Road from 12-4pm. Officers from many divisions will be ready to answer any questions you have. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be an officer this is the perfect opportunity to find out. Bring your family and friends! #westhartfordpolicejobfair2018 #westhartfordpolice #whpd

Come to our Recruitment Fair & Open House TOMORROW from 12:00 - 4:00 pm at WHPD on 103 Raymond Road. You will meet officers from different divisions and Human Resources will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. #westhartfordpolicejobfair2018 #westhartfordpolice

The Connecticut State Police recently held their annual award ceremony and recognized six West Hartford police officers for their role in narcotics investigations over the past year. Those receiving awards were Detective Sean Walmsley and a Unit Citation Award for Detectives Todd Myers, Rosario Savastra, Kevin Harrison, Robert Magao (Ret.) and Lieutenant Sam Ferrucci. Congratulations to all of these officers. Lieutenant Sam Ferrucci and Detective Todd Myers accepted the Awards.

West Hartford Police Job Fair Saturday: 10/27 @12-4 PM The West Hartford Police Department presently has nine openings and is hoping to attract qualified applicants who may or may not have previously considered a career in law enforcement. Members of the Training Division and the Town’s Human Resources Department will explain the hiring process. Representatives from the police departments division and specialized units will be on hand to explain job functions. Training Division Lieutenant Eric Rocheleau said, “The WHPD is looking for someone who will take pride in serving the residents of West Hartford. We are looking for hard working individuals who truly want to make a difference in the community. The ideal candidate has good judgment, is able to work on his/her own, and has the ability to react to unpredictable conditions,” he continued. If you always wondered what it would be like to work for the police department, here's your chance to get an inside look. Come on by this Saturday! #westhartfordpolice #westhartfordpolicejobfair2018 #whpd

National Take-Back Day, Saturday, October 27, 2018 WEST HARTFORD, CONN. – On Saturday, October 27, 2018, the West Hartford Police Department, the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District and the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration will coordinate a collaborative effort to remove unwanted and unused pharmaceutical-controlled substances and other medicine during National Take-Back Day. Collection activities will take place the West Hartford Public Works parking lot, located at 17 Brixton St. from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The program is anonymous and free of charge. Enter via Brixton St; volunteers will be on hand to take items from your vehicle. National Take-Back Day provides an opportunity for the public to surrender expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications for destruction. These drugs are a potential source for illegal use and are an unacceptable risk to public health and safety. Prescription and over the counter solid dosage medications, i.e. tablets and capsules will be accepted. NOT ACCEPTED: Intra-venous solutions, injectable medicines, and needles will not be accepted. Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative. For more information, contact the West Hartford Police Department at (860) 570-8845.

The West Hartford Police Department is once again urging residents to make sure that they do not leave their keys or fobs inside unlocked vehicles overnight. In the past 3 days, four cars have been stolen in town. All stolen cars were left unlocked in residential neighborhoods with their keys or fobs left in the vehicle. During this same time period there were no reported thefts of locked vehicles with no keys in them. These thefts occurred throughout town. The most recent thefts occurred in the Kirkwood Road, High Farms Road, Ledyard Road and Sampson Street neighborhoods. Residents are reminded to: • Lock your car • Do not leave a key, fob, spare key or key to another vehicle in your car • Remove all valuables from your car at night • Call police if you see or hear anything suspicious

Save the Date: West Hartford Police Open House & Recruitment Fair Saturday 10/27 | 12:00 - 4pm At the fair you'll be able to meet a few members from our Motor Patrol Unit. WHPD first began using motorcycles on October 7, 1923, when it acquired a 4-cylinder Henderson. The motorcycles were discontinued in 1985. The motor unit returned on October 7, 2006 at the annual Park Road Parade. The parade marked the 83rd anniversary of the return of department's original motorcycle unit. Our current members of the Motor Unit are: Lt. Chappell, Sgt. Cantele, Det. Hill, Det. Savastra & Ofc. Miele. Pictured are Det. Savastra & Ofc. Miele assisting with a traffic detail by closing off an intersection for the annual MPO Peter J. Lavery Memorial Ride. #westhartfordpolice #westhartfordpolicejobfair2018

Come to our Recruitment Fair on Saturday 10/27 from 12-4 pm. Our Officer's will be there to answer your questions. Here's some info about our Detective Division. WHPD's Detective Division handles investigations of homicides, crimes against persons and property, arson, fraud and many other criminal cases that are categorized as complex and long-term. Throughout the crime-solving process, detectives engage in various forms of surveillance and are responsible for serving warrants and making criminal arrests. Detectives undergo extensive training in a number of advanced areas at both state and federal institutions. Courses include finger printing, interrogation techniques, crime scene analysis, and advanced classes in specialties such as crime scene photography and videography. #westhartfordpolice #whpd #westhartfordjobfair2018

September 24, 2018 marked the 20th anniversary of the tragic murder of Agnieszka Ziemlewski in Farmington. The case remains unsolved, and Farmington Police need your help.They have set up a designated phone line and email address for people to share information. Please contact the Tip Line: 860-673-8266 or email: justice4agnes@farmington-ct.org.

It’s your 9pm reminder. #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

It’s 9PM, did you lock your car??? #9pmroutine #whpd

WHPD's Training Division is responsible for ensuring that officers remain certified to perform their sworn duties. Members of this division are trained to conduct on-the-job courses in areas such as firearms qualification, self defense, medical first aid certification and more. Come to the West Hartford Police Recruitment Fair on Saturday October 27th from 12-4, to learn more about the Training Division and all of our other divisions. #whpdjobfair2018 #whpd #westhartfordpolice #whpdishiring

It’s 9pm Routine Time!! Time to remove any valuables from your car and lock your car doors! #9pmroutine #westhartfordpolice #whpd

The West Hartford Police Department is pleased to announce the hiring of three new officers. Michael J. Eden # 417, attended and graduated from Conard High School in 2012. Michael continued his education, attending and graduating from Central Connecticut State University in 2016 with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Finance. Michael was a West Hartford Police Department Police Cadet (Post #166) and was awarded Cadet of the Year in 2014-2015. Michael further continued to add to his law enforcement education, attending the West Hartford Police College Academy (Behind the Badge) in June of 2014. In 2017, Michael was awarded a Life Saving Medal from the Farmington Police Department after he saved the life of a person who was choking. Michael was most recently employed as a Security Officer Supervisor (Sergeant) at the West Farms Mall. Michael currently resides in the town of West Hartford. Nhan Nguyen # 418, was born in the village of Tan Chau in the Di Linh Province of Vietnam. Nhan migrated to the United States in 2001, settling in West Hartford and was later naturalized in 2010. Nhan speaks fluent Vietnamese and graduated from Conard High School in West Hartford in June of 2009. Nhan continued his education at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), obtaining membership in the Golden Key International Honor Society and a Bachelors Degree of Arts in Sociology. Nhan enlisted in the Connecticut Army National Guard, successfully completing basic combat training in the summer of 2015. While in the Connecticut National Guard, Nhan attended Cochise College (Arizona) and obtained an Associate of Applied Sciences in Intelligence Operations Studies, gaining him the title of Intelligence Analyst. Nhan previously worked as a Shift Supervisor for SecurAmerica. Nhan currently resides in the town of West Hartford. Robert Potz #419, grew up in Bristol graduating from Bristol Eastern in 2007. He served in the USMC from 2010-2014 as a finance technician. He graduated from CCSU in 2017 with a B.A. in Criminology/minor Community Engagement. He is currently taking courses towards a Masters at UNH. Robert has worked as a security guard for several years while going to school. A swearing in ceremony for our three newest police officers was held on on Monday Oct. 1, 2018 at Town Hall in Council Chambers.

Park Road will be closed between Prospect Ave. and South Quaker La. tomorrow (10/6) from 9am-12pm to accommodate the Park Road Parade.

West Hartford Police is Hiring! Join us at our Job Fair on Saturday 10/27 from Noon - 4pm. We will have Officers present from many divisions to answer your questions. Come down and find out what it's like to work @ WHPD. #westhartfordpolice #whpd #whpdjobfair2018 #whpdishiring