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|About||This is the official Facebook for the Connecticut State Police Troop F. This account is not monitored 24/7. For emergencies, dial 9-1-1. To report non-emergency police matters call your Troop.|
|Mission||Serve and protect the citizens of Connecticut and those visiting our state.|
The Connecticut State Police is the largest law enforcement agency in the State of Connecticut and the oldest State Police agency in the country. Over 1,100 troopers from 11 barracks patrol over 7,000 miles of roadway and serve as the primary law enforcement agency for 79 towns in Connecticut, totaling over 2,600 square miles.
Our goals are to: (1) Respond to emergencies (2) Assist citizens in need (3) deter crimes from occurring (4) solve crimes that have been committed (5) Investigate incidents and determine if a crime has been committed. (6) promote safety on our roads and in our schools, businesses and homes (7) provide specialized investigative resources to local, state and federal agencies (8) educate the public by various methods of communications to include presentations, news releases and social media(9) prepare the public for emergencies (10) provide public information about police activities (11) engage in community policing activities to enhance our relationship with the public.
We accomplish our goals by utilizing the skills of our patrol troopers along with the assistance of a variety of specialized units including but not limited to the: Training Academy, Aviation Unit, Firearms Training Unit, Tactical Team, K9 Unit, Dive Team, Bomb Squad, Fire & Explosion Investigation Unit, Governor’s Security Detail, Computer Crimes, Major Crime Squad (Western, Central & Eastern), Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Squad (CARS), Truck Squad, Polygraph Unit, Statewide Narcotics Task Force, Gang Task Force, Auto Theft Task Force, Statewide Organized Crime Task Force, Recruitment and Selections, Public Information Office and over 50 Resident Trooper Offices located in communities throughout the state.
The Connecticut State Police has been accredited since 1988 and is currently internationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., (CALEA).