Most police reports can be obtained within 2 weeks from the date of the incident. In certain instances, such as an arrest, availability will be determined by the status of the case in court. When a report is available it may be picked up from the Records Division of the Connecticut State Police Troop I, Bethany.
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
The phone number for the Records Division is (203) 393-4200.
You are required to register your vehicle within 60 days of establishing residence in Connecticut. The Department of Motor Vehicles can assist you with any additional requirements that may be needed in completing this process.
You are required to obtain a Connecticut Operator’s License within 30 days of establishing residence in Connecticut. The Department of Motor Vehicles can assist you with any additional requirements that may be needed in completing this process. To visit the Department of Motor Vehicles click here.
The Prospect Police Department provides fingerprinting services for the Prospect residents. Fingerprinting for employment, pistol permits, and other needs is performed. This service is provided to Prospect residents for a $10.00 fee. For non-residents the fee is $15.00. To make arrangements for Fingerprints please call (203) 758-6150.
You must first contact the office and speak to Lisa Munko or Lt. N. Abarzua, they will make a recommendation regarding how many officers are needed and other details specific to your function.
The phone number is (203) 758-6150.
Prior to contacting the Prospect Police Department please make sure the following steps have been taken:
The check must have been presented and/or accepted in Prospect. The check was issued by a Prospect resident and mailed out of state.
The check must be stamped “Insufficient Funds” and “Do Not Redeposit” or holes must be punched in the check where the account number is printed. A stamp of “Account Closed” will also fulfill these requirements
The complainant must have sent, by certified mail, return receipt requested, a demand letter, to the last known address of the check issuer, requesting that restitution be made. Eight days must have past since the issuer received such letter.
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. You must immediately report any suspected identity theft or credit card fraud to a credit reporting agency. This can be done online or by telephone. Some of these agencies are listed below:
Equifax: (800) 525-6285
Experian: (888) 397-3742
TransUnion: (800) 680-7289
Turn on your overhead light.
Roll your window down all the way.
Stay in your vehicle.
Place your hands on the steering wheel or in plain view.
Be calm and courteous.
Do not make any sudden moves.
Be prepared to show your ID and registration.
The Department has procedures in place that can be initiated by contacting the Department at the non-emergency number, (203) 758-6150, and speaking to Lt. Abarzua. Depending on the circumstances of the complaint, Lt. Abarzua may resolve the complaint with the agreement of the complainant or initiate a formal civilian complaint procedure. The civilian complaint would then be investigated following the Department's Internal Affairs policies. The Department will always notify the complainant of the findings once the investigation is complete.