Thank You To Our First Responders!

Lifesavers
to remind you of all the times you've been one.
Kit Kats
for when you really need a break.
Starbursts
for the burst of energy you need.
PayDay
because you're not doing it for the money.
Tootsie Roll
to help you roll with the punches.
Hershey Kisses
to show you our love.
Snickers
to help you keep your sense of humor.
Mounds
for the mounds of courage you show everyday.

Thank you for all that you do to keep our communities and
homes safe in Portland and Middletown!

Love,
The MOMS Club® of Portland and Middletown

Portland Police Department - Portland, Connecticut

The Portland Police Department is located in the Portland Buck-Foreman Community Building at 265 Main Street. The Department is staffed by eleven full-time police officers: Captain Ron Milardo, Sergeant Scott Cunningham, Sergeant James Kelly, Detective Dan Knapp, Officer James Capello, Officer Francis Ahlquist, Officer Michael Fitzpatrick, Officer Paul Liseo, Officer Micheal Revicki, Officer Daniel Brown, Officer Ryan Bengston, one K9 officer, Nero, and one Records Secretary, Rosanne Lombardi.

The Dispatch function is provided through the Middletown Communications Center based upon an interlocal agreement with the City of Middletown. Contact numbers for Police Services in the Town of Portland are as follows:

EMERGENCY CALLS - DIAL 911

Non-Emergency requests for Records/General Information: 860-342-6780 (Portland Police Dept.)

Non-Emergency requests for police: 860-347-2541 (Middletown Dispatch Center)

Mission Statement

The mission of the Portland Police Department is to protect the life and property of its citizens in order to assure a superior quality of life. The Police Department strives to accomplish this by providing security and reliability to the public through just and unprejudiced law enforcement, partnerships within the community, and innovative problem solving.