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State Trooper Tip of the Month
All vehicles registered in Connecticut have been issued two safety license plates.
Failure to display both front and rear plates can result in a $60.00 fine.
(Connecticut General Statute 14-21b)

 
Emergency: 911
Or, if 911 fails, 868-7300
(Litchfield County Dispatch)

Office: 2-A Bryan Plaza
Washington Depot

Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Telephone: 860-868-2100
(if no answer, forwards to the
Troop L Barracks in Litchfield)

Telephone: 860-868-9671
(if no answer, picked up by
an answering machine)

Fax: 860-868-3103
Note that several departments share this fax line,
so be sure to address your document clearly!

Email: police@washingtonct.org

U.S. Mail Address:
Resident State Trooper
Town of Washington
P.O. Box 383
Washington Depot, CT 06794

Street Address:
Resident State Trooper
Town of Washington
2 Bryan Plaza
Washington Depot, CT 06794

Staff:
Stephen Sordi, Resident State Trooper
Patrick Kessler, Full Time Officer
Scott Flaton, Full Time Officer
Thomas Accousti, Part Time Officer
 

Washington Resident Trooper Office

For non-emergency matters, telephone 868-9671, which rings in our office and is attached to an answering machine.

After hours, 24-hour service is available through Connecticut State Police, Troop L, Litchfield. Telephone 860-868-2100 or, within Connecticut, 1-800-953-9949.

Programs and Services Available

Lake Waramaug

During the summer and fall months the Washington Resident Trooper Office patrols Lake Waramaug. The main objective for these patrols is to insure the safety of all boaters. The officers on patrol watch for operators in violation of Connecticut's General Boating Statutes including the operation of a vessel while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Child Restraint

Remember: Children under the age of four years, weighing less than forty pounds, in a motor vehicle on the highways of this state, shall provide and require the child to use a child restraint system.

Annual Reports

See the Town Annual Report for yearly reports on the activities of the Police.

Web page last updated: August 7, 2012