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BPD MISSION STATEMENT
"To protect and serve the community with integrity and professionalism"


Welcome to the Bristol Police Department website. The City of Bristol has a population of approximately 65,000 people and covers over 27 square miles. The police department consists of 121 sworn police officers and 25 civilian personnel. The department has been serving the community since 1893.

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Promotion Day
On January 5, 2015, the BPD held a promotional ceremony at police headquarters. Sergeant Michael Duval was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and Officer Matt Moskowitz was promoted to the rank of sergeant. Duval will be assigned to the Records Division and Moskowitz will be assigned to a patrol group on the second shift. Family, friends and co-workers joined in the ceremony. From left to right, Captain Gould, Chief Grimaldi, Sgt. Moskowitz, Lt. Duval, and Captain Calvello. From the BPD, good luck in your new assignments. 

accred.gifSTATE ACCREDITATION AWARD: In 2014, the Bristol Police Department was awarded state accreditation by the Connecticut Police Officer Standards & Training Council (POST). State accreditation is a process through which law enforcement agencies demonstrate excellence in management and service delivery by complying with state accreditation standards.

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        RECRUITMENT:
       
Police recruitment process
      CHILD SEAT INSTALL:
     
Request for a child seat install
        ALARM REGISTRATION:
        
On-line registration form

      COMPLIMENT or COMPLAINT:
      
Compliment an officer or civilian employee
      Citizen complaint about a police officer

    SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: None at this time.


Contact Us

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Thomas Grimaldi

Chief of Police

131 North Main St.
Bristol, CT 06010

Ph: (860) 584-3011
Tip Line: (860) 585-TIPS

Crime Watch E-mail

Emergency: 9-1-1

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