Enfield Police Department

  • Agency: Enfield Police Department
  • Address: 293 Elm Street, Enfield, 06082 CT
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Phone: (860) 763-6400
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Enfield Police Department is located at 293 Elm Street, Enfield, 06082 CT. The Enfield Police Department phone number is (860) 763-6400.

Enfield Police Department News

The Enfield Police is looking for information regarding the arson of the information kiosk located at the South River St boat launch that occurred in the early morning hours of October 26, 2018. Anyone with information is requested to call Detective Ralph Jensen at (860) 763-8921. Thank you.

Found Property ๐Ÿšจ๐Ÿšจ๐Ÿšจ If this is your satchel, please contact Ofc. Caires at bcaires@enfield.org for instructions on how to take possession of your property. It was found on Autumn Drive, 11/1/18. Thanks to all who share!

The Enfield Auxiliary Division Needs YOU! This is a great opportunity for those pursuing law enforcement experience. If selected you will be enrolled in the Auxiliary Academy at EPD headquarters, receive field training and serve alongside EPD! Qualifications include: 18 years or older Valid drivers license Be a resident of Enfield or neighboring town Physically able to perform the job (no Cooper test required) No criminal record Applications are available at EPD. Applications must be submitted by November 10, 2018. #oneteamenfield

Good morning Enfield! Hereโ€™s a little trivia on a Thursday for you! What does this pictured sign mean? ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿšง๐Ÿš“ We never like closing down roads ๐Ÿ˜ , we like you have places to go and people to see and donโ€™t like being detoured. However, whether it be for an accident, hazard or contstruction, we do it so we can get the road opened quicker! If construction crews can work during the day on a closed road they can wrap their job up quicker and get the nice new roads completed so you can enjoy them ๐Ÿ‘. We are one team Enfield, letโ€™s work together! #oneteamenfield

While on patrol we found SWAT Officer in Training Lawson all ready to go trick-or-treating. After checking out our cruiser he decided he would be more efficient on foot patrol! ๐Ÿ˜ฌ As always, but especially tonight, use extra caution and ensure youโ€™re paying attention while driving!

Happy Halloween! Be careful out there when driving, there are little ghosts and goblins on the streets tonight! ๐ŸŽƒ๐Ÿง›โ€โ™€๏ธ๐ŸงŸโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ‘ป Glow sticks and flashlights are always a great idea and always keep an eye out for cars too! Have a great time and be safe!

Today, Enfield Police Officer Eddie Nuno was one of fourteen officers in CT to be recognized for his community policing endeavors. Pictured below is U.S. Attorney John Durham and Officer Nuno. This is a tremendous honor and we are very proud of Officer Nuno!

Itโ€™s Tipday Tuesday! Tomorrow is Halloween and we are excited! ๐Ÿ‘ป๐ŸŽƒ Please remember safety first while haunting and howling & treating and playing tricks! Last week we brought you decorating safety tips, and this week we bring you safety tips for costumes and trick-or-treating. We hope you have a safe and fun-filled Halloween! #tipdayTuesday

Every November EPD has been joining many others with "No Shave November". In the past we have chosen a charity or person in need to raise money and help. This year we are putting away our razors to benefit the CT Cancer Foundation. EPD's ambassador will be a boy named Wesley, who will receive a bulk of the proceeds, the rest will go directly to other patients throughout CT. Below is a link so you can donate: https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?registrationID=4318370&langPref=en-CA #noshavenovember #enfieldctpolice Enfield Police Department K-9 Unit

Its #meetandgreetmonday Enfield! We are very happy to introduce Sgt Parent! Before becoming a police officer Sgt. Parent was a full time student at UCONN and worked in loss prevention for both Sears and the UCONN bookstore. Sgt Parent also served as a member of the Enfield Fire Department for several years before becoming a police officer. ๐Ÿš’ (we forgive him ๐Ÿ˜‚) Sgt Parent joined the National Guard at 18 and served for 11 years before transferring to the Army Reserve, where he currently serves as a Major. Sgt Parent commanded a unit that deployed to the Kingdom of Bahrain to perform security operations and has helped with several disaster relief missions in CT. Sgt Parent has served as the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator for the past 2 years, and is a child passenger safety technician as well as an assistant adviser to the Enfield Explorers for about 7 years! Sgt Parent loves ice cream and the color blue. ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿง He loves James Bond movies and any music except country! His proudest moment was becoming a dad! Thank you for joining us again for Meet and Greet Monday!

Enfield PD on scene with Connecticut State Police 91S exit 47E for a serious motor vehicle collision. Ramp is closed.

Found kitty! This little one was found in the Tabor Rd area of Enfield. If you could paws for moment it would be purrfect for this kitty to be returned home! If you have any leads give us a ring at 860-763-6400. ๐Ÿฑ

Today, Officer Jake Ryan graduated from the Hartford Police Department motorcycle training class. He now joins the EPD motor unit. Congrats Officer Ryan! A big thank you to the Hartford PD for sponsoring this training. Hartford Police CT

On 10/26/18 at 0600 hours, an officer was dispatched to Bigelow Commons for a cat stuck on a beam. With the assistance of Bigelow Commons maintenance worker, Dan H., the officer and Dan were able to safely get the cat off the ledge and to safety. Check out this โ€œpurrrr-teeeโ€ ๐Ÿฑ

Good Evening Enfield! We are looking to identify this this pup and her owner. She was found in the area of the Powder Mill Barn on South Maple Street by Dust House Road. If anyone knows her owner please contact them or the Police Department 860-763-6400 x0.

Beautiful afternoon at EPD.

BOO! ๐Ÿ‘ป Itโ€™s Tipday Tuesday! This week we bring you some Halloween safety reminders. Plan now to decorate safely, taking care to remove any hazards from your spooky displays. See the photo below. (We borrowed it from procarseatsafety.com). Next week tune in for trick-or-treating safety tips! We hope you have a safe and wonderful day! #tipdayTuesday

Looking to identify the operator of the black Toyota Tacoma pictured below. The vehicle has a handicap placard in window. The operator, who is a white male, went to the Redbox at Walgreens on Shaker Rd around 5:42pm. The vehicle was then involved in a collision with another vehicle and left the scene. If you know the operator/vehicle or you are the operator please contact Ofc. St. Onge at tstonge@enfield.org or 860-763-6400 ext. 1426. Thank You!

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We need your help Enfield! We are looking to identify the pictured male in regards to ongoing investigations in our town. If you have any information regarding his identiy please contact us by Facebook messenger or email wklos@enfield.org. As alway you will remain anonymous!

The Shaker Pines Fire Department, located at 37 Bacon Road in Enfield, is hosting a child passenger safety clinic, tomorrow October 19,2018 from 11 AM to 2PM. Enfield Police Officers, who are among approximately a dozen students taking part in a Child Passenger Safety certification class, will be present and ready to put their newly learned skills to work. This event is open to the public, and anyone needing assistance or education on car seats is encouraged to attend!

Ongoing construction on Town Farm Rd by Grassmere Country Club weekdays 7am-3pm. Expect delays ๐Ÿšง

Itโ€™s Tipday Tuesday! This week we are focusing on OFFENDERS. If you witness a crime, pay attention to descriptors of the suspect that might aid officers in identification and capture. What was the person wearing? What was their hairstyle, length, and color? What was their height, build, and size? Did they have facial hair or body art? How about glasses? Being a good witness is one of the most important things citizens can do to assist us. As a recap of the past few weeks, we remind you to: B - Be aware of your surroundings in order to prevent crime. O - Utilize Owner Applied Numbers (OANs) to identify your valuables. O - Note details about an offenderโ€™s appearance. B-O-O! Next week weโ€™ll bring you some Halloween safety tips! ๐ŸŽƒ ๐Ÿ‘ป Thanks for joining us for Tipday Tuesday! We hope you have a safe and wonderful day! #tipdayTuesday

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