Connecticut State Police
The Connecticut State Police are a visible force across the state. Though we most often see them responding to accidents and other emergencies or giving out citations, they also work to prevent and solve crimes. In this article we will be looking at the role that the Connecticut State Police play in both upholding the law and preventing both crimes and accidents.
- AMBER Alerts– Connecticut State Police have a very effective AMBER Alert system. Once an abduction has been reported, police work to immediately disseminate the information through radio and television broadcasts. In addition, the Connecticut State Lottery works with police to ensure that every store selling lottery tickets immediately prints and posts copies of the alert. In addition, the Alert information is displayed on 300 Lottery Electronic Message Units statewide.
- FAQ’s for Motor Vehicles– Here you will find a wide variety of information as it pertains to cars, trucks and motorcycles. Topics on this page include: what to do after an accident, the laws regarding seatbelt use and how to file a complaint against a trooper.
- Troopers Memorial Scholarship Fund– This fund was set up as a tribute to Connecticut State Troopers and Auxiliary Troopers who lost their lives while serving the state. The fund provides scholarships to the children of Connecticut State Police Members who are entering their first year of college.
- Criminal Record Information– This page is aimed at helping employers and others request criminal record checks. In addition, information on accident reports and requesting a letter of good conduct can be found here.
The Connecticut State Police provide an invaluable service to the people of Connecticut. The staff and attorneys at Glass, Lebovitz, Kasheta & Bren hope that the information provided on this page helps you better understand the many roles the State Police play in their effort to prevent crimes and assist citizens across Connecticut.