What we do
The Naugatuck Police Department Records Unit is responsible for the storage and dissemination of all written documents including: incident reports, accident reports, arrest records, vendor permits and criminal history requests. The unit is comprised of three full time and one part time employee.
Reports are available either in person or by mail. There is a .50¢ charge per side.
Fingerprinting (Updated 10/15/2021)
Fingerprinting and notary services are provided to the public by Biometric Identification Services in the front lobby of the Naugatuck Police Department.
Services are available on the second and forth Tuesday of each month from 3pm - 6pm on a first come, first serve basis (Excluding State Holidays and severely inclement weather). Remaining 2021 dates include 10/26, 11/9, 11/23, 12/14 & 12/28.
There is a $25.00 fee per applicant which includes identification verification, electronic fingerprint capture and printing of fingerprint cards. Payment is due at the time of service and is payable in either cash, money order, bank check or business check to: Biometric Identification Services.
***Applicants are required to bring and wear their own masks at all times, maintain social distancing standards (6-10 feet apart), and sanitize their hands with provided sanitizer before and after fingerprinting. Technicians have the authority to deny services to any applicant not complying with these standards.
If you have any questions, please contact Biometric Identification Services at 860-345-2331 or 1-888-436-8778, or Training Officer Matthew DaSilva at 203-720-2598 or by email at Mdasilva@naugatuckpd.org.
Applications for pistol permits can be obtained by clicking the link below. Questions regarding pistol permits should be directed to the Naugatuck PD Training Officer (Officer Matthew DaSilva) at 203-720-2598 or email: Mdasilva@naugatuckpd.org.
PISTOL PERMIT APPLICATION