Message from the Chief of Police
On behalf of the men and women of the Rocky Hill Police Department, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our web site. The Rocky Hill Police Department is comprised of both sworn and civilian personnel who are both professional and proactive in their delivery of police services to our community. It is the goal of our agency to be a progressive, community-oriented police department, utilizing the most contemporary and effective best practices in crime fighting and police management. Our pursuit of excellence is never ending.
The Rocky Hill Police Department has forged a police-community partnership based on courtesy, professionalism, and respect. Our effective and efficient delivery of police services allows the citizens of Rocky Hill to enjoy an excellent quality of life. The Town of Rocky Hill is a community on the move and the Rocky Hill Police Department plays a vital role in its bright future.
I hope you enjoy our web site and we encourage any input that you may have that could be used to improve our ability to provide quality police service. Thank you.
Michael D. Custer, Chief of Police
MISSION STATEMENT FOR THE ROCKY HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Rocky Hill Police Department will deliver effective and responsible law enforcement and community based services to all citizens of the Town and the State in a fair and equitable manner and will partner with the community to make Rocky Hill a better place to live, visit, raise a family, and conduct business.
POLICE DEPARTMENT TIP HOTLINE
The Rocky Hill Police Department's Crime Tip Hotline is 860-258-2020. This is a confidential line and is not monitored 24 hrs. a day. If you have an emergency please call 911.
Contact InformationTown Of Rocky Hill
699 Old Main St.
Rocky Hill, CT
Lt. Brian Klett,
Adminstrative Services Division Commander
Lt. Joseph Phelps,
Patrol Division Commander
Lt. Erik Gutsfeld,
Criminal Investigations Division Commander
Records Division Commander
Crime Tip Hotline,
This is a confidential line and is not monitored 24 hours a day. If you have an emergency please call 911.