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Chief James Kenny The Vernon Police Department is committed to excellence and the delivery of professional police services while providing its members with the equipment and training needed to successfully complete the mission.


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FAQs

Does the Vernon Police Department do non-criminal fingerprinting?
    Yes. The fee is $10 for residents and $20 for non-residents (who are employed in Vernon). The hours are Tuesdays from 11am to noon and Wednesdays from 6pm to 7pm. The fingerprints are performed on a first come, first served basis.

I believe I am the victim of identity theft. What do I do now?
    Complete this form and bring it to the Vernon Police Department.

I believe I was given a fradulent (bad) check. What do I do now?
    Complete this form and bring it to the Vernon Police Department.

I lost or someone stole my cellular telephone. What do I do now?
    Complete this form and bring it to the Vernon Police Department.

How do I reserve the community room at the police department for a function?

How do I hire a private duty officer?
    During regular business hours, contact the records department. If it is after hours, contact the shift commander at 860-872-9126 ext 188.

How do I obtain a protective/restraining order?
    Follow this link and follow the directions set forth by the State.

How do I obtain a copy of an accident report (or other police report)?

What court does the Vernon Police Department use?

How do I appeal a parking ticket?
    Appeals may be made to the ticket Appeals Board within five (5) days of issuance. Appeal forms are available at the Collector of Revenue Office

My license plate is missing or was stolen. What can I do?
    Complete this form and bring it to the Vernon Police Department

How can I report suspected child abuse?
    Call the Connecticut Department of Children and Family Services Child Abuse Hotline at (800) 842-2288 to report situations in which you suspect that a child has been abused or appears to be at risk of being abused. Your report will be investigated and steps will be taken to protect the child and preserve the family unit. The Vernon Police Department will be informed if abuse is involved. If you know abuse has occurred, you should call the Vernon Police Department directly at (860) 872-9126. If the abuse is in progress, you should call 9-1-1.


How can I report suspected elder abuse?
    Call the State of Connecticut Elderly Abuse Unit at (860) 258-5800 to report suspected instances of neglect and psychological, physical, financial, sexual or abuse of elders and dependant adults. They will investigate and provide assistance and case management where appropriate. The Vernon Police Department will be informed if abuse is involved. If you know that abuse has occurred, you should call the Vernon Police Department directly at (860) 872-9126. If the abuse is in progress, you should call 9-1-1.