Administrative Division

Administrative Lieutenant:

Lt. Antonio Bastos     -    (203) 720-7299     -     Abastos@naugatuckpd.org


Administrative Officer:

Ofc. Bryan Coney     -     (203) 720-7298     -     Bconey@naugatuckpd.org


Training Officer:

Training Officer Matt DaSilva     -     (203) 720-2598     -      Mdasilva@naugatuckpd.org


Property / Court Officer:

Ofc. Luis Martinez    -     (203) 720-2592      -     Lmartinez@naugatuckpd.org


Records Room:

Gail Thurston     -     (203) 720-7291    -     Gthurston@naugatuckpd.org

Rachel Primus    -     (203) 720-7290    -     Rprimus@naugatuckpd.org

Diane Dutton      -     (203) 720-7292    -     Ddutton@naugatuckpd.org

 

The Naugatuck Police Department's Administrative Division consists of the following units:

  • Records  Division
  • Property Division
  • Court Liaison
  • Internal Affairs Division
  • Training
  • IT / Computer System Management
  • Media Relations / PIO Officer
  • Crime Prevention / Community Relations

 

Records Division

Monday - Friday: 8am to 3pm
Phone: 203-723-4479
Fax: 203-723-7064

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 two full time and one part time employee.

Copies of reports are available either in person or by mail. There is a .50¢ charge per side.

 

Training Division

The Naugatuck Police Training Division handles the training needs of all the departments sworn and non-sworn personnel, including the liaison function between newly hired recruits and the various training academies across the state during their Basic Training Sessions. The Training Division processes gun permits, conducts background checks, and facilitates fingerprinting services.   

 

Fingerprinting (Updated 6/25/2021)

Fingerprinting and notary services are provided to the public by Biometric Identification Services in the front lobby of the Naugatuck Police Department.

***Modified Summer Availability*** Services are available on the second and forth Tuesday of each month from 3pm - 6pm on a first come, first serve basis starting in July (Excluding State Holidays and severely inclement weather). Dates include 6/29, 7/13, 7/27, 8/10, & 8/24.

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.

 

Pistol Permits

Applications for pistol permits can be obtained by clicking the link below or picked up at the Naugatuck PD, Records Division during their normal business hours (Mon-Fri,  8:00 AM to 3:00 PM). Questions regarding pistol permits should be directed to the Naugatuck PD Training Officer (Officer Matt DaSilva) at 203-720-2598 or email: Mdasilva@naugatuckpd.org.

 

PISTOL PERMIT APPLICATION

 

 

Court / Property Division

The Court Liaison / Property Officer is responsible for ensuring that all records are presented to court accurately and in a timely fashion as well as maintaining and storing of all evidence and found property. Persons inquiring in the return of property seized may call the property officer (Officer Luis Martinez) at 203-720-2592 or email: Lmartinez@naugatuckpd.org

 

Internal Affairs Division

The Naugatuck Police Department is dedicated to maintain the highest standards of integrity and professionalism. Should you feel that your contact with the Naugatuck Police Department did not meet your expectations please contact the on duty shift supervisor so that your concerns can be addressed. If you wish to make a formal complaint, please download the Civilian Complaint Form and follow the complaint instructions.