The mission of every member of the Winchester Police Department is to provide quality service and to seek in a professional fashion to preserve and enhance the safety, security and quality of life within the community.
Chief of Police
Robert M. Scannell
Sergeant, Detective Division
Kevin M. Kinahan
Sergeant, Evening Supervisor
Brian G. Fox
Sergeant, Day Supervisor
Thomas Kenney Jr
Acting Sergeant, Midnight Supervisor
Officer Michael Roy, Officer Christopher Roy, Officer Christopher Skinner, Officer Robert Varasconi, Officer John Marchi, Officer Greg Lopardo, Officer Jason Hermenau, Officer Paul Vaccari, Officer Scott Twombly, Officer Kim Boyne, Officer Daniel Pietrafesa, Officer Thomas Smith, Officer Michael Gagne, Officer Mark Blanchette, and K-9 "Aldo"
JoAnne Fagan, Philip Bascetta, Thomas J. Kenney III
Animal Control Officer
About the Department
The Winchester Police Department has been the law enforcement authority in the Town of Winchester, City of Winsted, Connecticut since 1903. The patrol division is currently staffed with a force of eighteen (18) sworn, full-time officers and is responsible for 34 square miles which comprise the town and city, including three (3) lakes, state forests, and both urban and rural areas. The residential population is approximately 11,000 however these figures change during the recreational seasons (particularly in the summer when occupancy at Highland Lake is at its highest.
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Police Department Forms
To view or print one of the Police Deparmtent Forms listed click below.
Request for Copy of Police Report
Request for Local Criminal History Check
Citizen Compliment-Complaint Form
Application for Solicitor and Vendor Permit
Parking Ticket Appeal Form