Routine Police Calls: 860-658-3100
Crime Tip Line: 860-658-3143
Community Services Office: 860-658-3131
Records Office: 860-658-3125
Simsbury Fire: 860-658-1971
Poison Control Center: 1-800-222-1222

Emergency Numbers

DIAL 911


933 Hopmeadow Street
Lower Level
Simsbury, CT 06070
United States

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CALEA Re-Accreditation

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Poison Prevention Week

March 16 - 22, 2104

Poison Help: Call 1-800-222-1222

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                         (Courtesy of The Valley Press, Sloan Brewster)

Students from The Master's School participated in a mini half-day Citizen Police Academy at the Simsbury Police Department as part of a job shadow day on November 8, 2013.


For Police, Fire, or Medical Emergency - DIAL 911

Routine Police Calls - (860) 658-3100
Crime Tip Line - (860) 658-3143
Simsbury Fire - (860) 658-1971
Poison Control Center - 1-800-222-1222

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The Police Department plays an important role in maintaining the quality of life within the community. Responsible for maintaining civil order, preventing crime, protecting life and property, and educating the community in ways and means of preserving peace, the Police Department is the only Town agency that provides emergency and routine community services twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year.

The Police Department has 36 sworn officers augmented by 9 full-time and 3 part-time civilian personnel. The Department consists of two primary divisions: Patrol and Administrative Services. The Patrol Division provides around-the-clock immediate response to calls for service, while the Administrative Division provides all other support services. The Administrative Division consists of: Detective Unit, which is responsible for investigation of serious crime, Training Unit & Professional Standards, which is responsible for police training and accreditation activities, Community Services Unit, which is responsible for a variety of community and neighborhood services, including traffic surveys and public education, the Communications Unit, which is responsible for receiving and dispatching calls for service, and the Records Unit, which is responsible for processing, collection and filing of all police and related reports.

The Department also employs a full-time Animal Control Officer who is responsible for enforcing all laws pertaining to dogs. In addition, the Animal Control Officer maintains up-to-date files on all dog licenses; ensures dogs are properly licensed; impounds stray dogs; and handles all animal bite cases.


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Homeland Security Victim Notification Program


Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Peter N. Ingvertsen Chief of Police (860) 658-3101
Nicholas Boulter Captain (860) 658-3106
Fred Sifodaskalakis Lieutenant (860) 658-3107
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