The Bloomfield Police Records Unit is the central repository of the vast amount of information collected on a daily basis. Records personnel are tasked with collating and storing the varied data in such a format that it is retrievable upon need.
Like all government agencies, the Bloomfield Police Department is required under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to disclose certain records requested in writing by any person. Each state has its own public access laws that should be consulted for access to state and local records. You may find more information on this at The Connecticut Freedom of Information website.
Requesting Reports of Criminal Activity or Accidents at a Specific Location
Moving to a new location? Looking for safer streets? We will gladly do a report of a specific type of activity at a specific location for a specific time period. Please submit a Bloomfield Police Department Request for Public Records to our Records Unit.
Violations of Town Codes
Town Codes govern a multitude of specific areas of legislation such as parking, blighted buildings, zoning, and alarms.
Citations may be issued for violations of these town codes. Rules for paying these citations are spelled out in the codes. If one feels that these citations were issued in error or that there are mitigating factors, the Town affords you an opportunity to appeal, through a Local Citation Appeals Board, made up of Local citizens.
Do you have an alarm system?
Please keep in mind that false alarms are counted for each location in town, and for more than three in a one year period there will be a charge. This period runs from July 1 through June 30 annually.
Requests for Permits
Do you need a raffle permit or a peddling or soliciting license? Please file your applications in the Records Department.
Motor Vehicle bill of sales and Registration paper work.
Comments and Questions can be directed to the Records Unit Supervisor.